We’ve already been given a couple of short trailers for Christopher Nolan’s next film, but generally speaking details have been few and far between ahead of its November release.
However, two new posters give a few more hints at what we can expect in the director’s first film since 2012’s The Dark Knight Rises.
The first poster (via Empire) sees Matthew McConaughey’s character Cooper astro-suited up and walking over what appears to be another planet or moon. The tagline – “The end of earth will not be the end of us” – ties in to the film’s plot, which focuses on mankind’s attempts to find a new planet to live on in the near future.
The second poster gives even less away, showing Cooper and his daughter Murph (later played as a grown-up by Jessica Chastain) looking up at the stars from their rustic little farm – not a lot to go on, though it does suggest the close father-daughter relationship that’s tested when Cooper jets off, leaving his children behind for decades.
The tagline is about as cheerful on this poster too – “Mankind was born on earth. It was never meant to die here.”
By the looks of things, we’ve got a bit of a wait until we know exactly what to expect from this one – but, in the meantime, make your guesses from the trailer below:
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