'Interstellar' Debuts Final Trailer, Announces Early IMAX Bow


Can't wait to see Matthew McConaughey shot into space? Good news: Paramount and Warner Bros. have announced an earlier Interstellar release date for those of us lucky enough to live within driving distance of an IMAX theater: Starting November 5, two days before the movie goes wide, it'll screen in advance showings in 240 locations across the U.S. and Canada in 70mm IMAX, 70mm, and 35mm.

Along with that bit of added anticipation, the studios have released a new (and final) trailer for the Christopher Nolan sci-fi epic, which teases a little further into the details of why a team of astronauts (led by McConaughey, natch) flees Earth in search of someone or something that can help the human race stave off a species-destroying catastrophe of our own making. Nolan being Nolan, this still doesn't give much away, but you can tell one thing for sure: Interstellar is going to look pretty friggin' amazing on that really, really big screen. Check out the new trailer below:

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