This sci-fi movie has a crazy scene that took more than 100 hours of work

This sci-fi movie has a crazy scene that took more than 100 hours of work

This science fiction movie, which was released in 2014, made a lot of noise with viewers and the press. A feature film in which one scene required more than 100 hours of work for the production teams.

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Two years after the blockbuster movie The Dark Knight RisesChristopher Nolan turned to science fiction while directing the film InterstellarStarring Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, and Jessica Chastain. Feature film available at Netflix and on Prime VideoIt tells the story of Cooper, a former NASA pilot who tries to take care of his children after the death of his wife. After a sandstorm, he discovers traces of dust that appear to indicate geographic coordinates in bilingual language. With his daughter, Murphy, he follows the trail. The two soon find themselves in a secret NASA science center, where Professor Brand and his daughter are working on building a rocket capable of sending a crew into the depths of space in search of a hospitable planet. If the movie was praised for its realism when it was released in 2014, you should know that One scene in the feature film took more than 100 hours of work.

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Interstellar This scene required more than 100 hours of work

The film is based on the work of the American physicist Kip Thorne. He ensured this scientific validation during script writing and special effects modeling. And his interest in realism required hours and hours of work for the production teams for it Realize with the greatest scientific accuracy the supermassive black hole from the movie. Thus, it took the program more than 100 hours to create the visual images of Gargantua’s black hole, photographed by bullets. A massive action led by an experienced team that made sure to fool the onlookers.

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Interstellar : critical and commercial success

All these efforts finally paid off since its launch, Interstellar It received very positive reviews around the world. Many French and American media outlets praised the work of Christopher Nolan, the performance of Matthew McConaughey and his co-stars Anne Hathaway and Jessica Chastain, as well as the realism of this space epic. Not only was the feature film a critical hit, but it was also a commercial success, grossing over $670 million worldwide.

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