Christopher Nolan has stepped away from the Bat-cowl and is now venturing back into more original stories that he and his brother Jonathan have written. Interstellar is Nolan’s next work and a trailer will be tagged onto the front of Desolation of Smaug this week, but in the mean time take a look at the logo that was just released.

Interstellar‘s marketing team has been busy lately with the release of the logo bellow and the role out of social media pages and the official website for the film.


One little factoid that the website gave up, that I might have just been oblivious to in the past, is that the plot of Interstellar is actually based on the works of American theoretical physicist, Kip Thorne. Thorne is credited as a story and technical consultant for the film and many believe Nolan drew inspiration from Thorne’s 1994 bestseller, Black Holes and Time Warps: Einstein’s Outrageous Legacy.

Head over to to read more about the upcoming film.

via Interstellar-Movie

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