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A Stellar Challenge for 'Interstellar' Fans!

Take this quiz to test your knowledge of the epic sci-fi film ‘Interstellar’.
Prateek Pawar Nov 07, 2020
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The wormhole and the black hole created by CGI in the film were by far the most scientifically accurate and based on Einstein’s general relativity equations. The film was praised for its scientific accuracy by the Theoretical physicist Michio Kaku and astrophysicist, Neil deGrasse Tyson.
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Matthew McConaughey plays Cooper in the film. Interestingly, when Nolan and McConaughey met for the first time, they did not talk about the film at all! Later Nolan clarified that he just wanted to check the compatibility of working with McConaughey.
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Steven Spielberg who was initially supposed to direct 'Interstellar' in 2006, hired Jonathan Nolan to write the screenplay. Later on, he chose other projects instead and left the film in 2012, when Cristopher Nolan took over as the director. The film was released in 2014.
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Zimmer was not provided with a script or any plot of the movie to write the film's music, but instead Nolan gave him a "one page of text" that contained the story of a father leaving his child for work. The score was nominated in the Oscars for 'Best Achievement in Music Written for Motion Pictures'.
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The whole CGI program reached 800 terabytes of data with some independent frames taking up to 100 hours to render!
Behind The Scenes
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The setting of the opening scene was inspired by the Dust Bowl that took place in the United States during the Great Depression in the 1930s.
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The design of the Endurance is based on the International Space Station.
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Warner Bros, Paramount, Syncopy, and Legendary Pictures logos have been colored brown and given a  dusty look in sync with the our planet's dry and arid state shown throughout the movie.
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Later in the movie, Brand admits that he was unable to solve the gravity equation without entering a Black Hole, so 'Plan B' was the actual plan all along.
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Dr. Miller's ocean planet which Coop, Brand, and CASE visit is orbiting the Black Hole 'Gargantua', and due to its massive gravitational pull, every hour on that planet equals seven hours on Earth!
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Let's get to know how good you did, shall we?