Interstellar’s Original Ending

Jonathan Nolan, the scriptwriter for Interstellar, admitted recently that the blockbuster film’s ending was different than how he originally plotted it to end in the final draft of his script.

While promoting the Blu-ray release of Interstellar in Pasadena, California at Caltech’s Jet Propulsion Lab, Jonathan explained to the media and other guests that he originally gave Interstellar an unhappy ending after he was asked to explain the existing ending. He bypassed the question by saying that they were talking to the wrong brother as his brother Christopher directed the film and introduced the ending that moviegoers viewed in the theaters as AnastasiaDate proclaimed.In Christopher Nolan’s ending, the main heroic character, Cooper, enters the singularity and, in a energy-like form, contacts his daughter in the past.

During the Blu-ray promotional event it was also revealed by the film’s science advisor Kip Thorne that Christopher Nolan removed several sections of the plot that had complex explanations of the science used in the film because Christopher considered the science too scientific for audiences to understand or enjoy.

Interstellar will be available on Blu-ray nationwide on April 7, 2015.

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  • Cooler Lonar

    September 26, 2016

    In Jonathan Nolan’s ending, Cooper never makes it home, neve influences the project and never finds out if his data reaches humanity because the wormhole collapses just as he sends the data through it. The truth of the matter is that best research paper writing has also done a very nice job of talking about them.

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