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Watch the First Trailer for Christopher Nolan’s ‘Interstellar’

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Paramount Pictures released its first trailer for the hotly-anticipated sci-fi thriller “Interstellar,” directed by Christopher Nolan.

Matthew McConaughey, who stars in “Interstellar,” says in the voiceover, “We’ve always defined ourselves in terms of our ability to overcome the impossible,” as images of space travel appear on the screen.

He continues, “Reach for the stars, to make the unknown known … We lost our way, or perhaps we’ve just forgotten.”

I have no idea what it all means, although the film looks both suspenseful and a bit mournful. The sci-fi epic arrives in theaters Nov. 7, 2014.

Paula Schwartz

Paula Schwartz is a veteran journalist based in New York who is passionate about the movies. Her idea of heaven is watching three movies in a row. She’s written for various outlets, including the New York Times, Showbiz411.com, More.com and MovieMaker Magazine. For five seasons, she contributed to the New York Times seasonal movie blog, Carpetbaggers, where she covered major awards events and interviewed stars like Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, Gary Oldman and Helen Mirren.

Paula Schwartz has written posts on Reel Life With Jane.

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