Anne Hathaway to Reunite With Christopher Nolan for 'Interstellar'

Anne Hathaway

Anne Hathaway is nearing a deal to reunite with Christopher Nolan for Interstellar, Deadline has learned. She will join Matthew McConaughey, who was confirmed for the movie a week ago. Interstellar will be the second collaboration between Hathaway and Nolan, with 2012's The Dark Knight Rises being their first.

Not much is known about the movie other than it will center on a group of people who went through a wormhole and ended up in alternate dimensions. There may be elements of time travel as well. We can only assume Hathaway and McConaughey are members of this group.

The script was originally written by Jonathan Nolan for Steven Spielberg to direct but since Spielberg left the project to focus on Robopocalypse, the movie fell to Christopher, who made changes to the script to incorporate his own ideas.

Interstellar is a joint production between Paramount and Warner Bros, and the movie is set for release on November 7, 2014.

Nolan is rumored to be taking over everything superhero-related at Warner Bros and is assembling a super team to get the ball rolling Justice League, WB's answer to Marvel's The Avengers. If there is any truth to this rumor, then what does Nolan's involvement in Interstellar mean for Justice League?

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