Category Archives: Projects


New ‘Interstellar’ TV Spot

A new extended TV Spot for Interstellar has been released, and it has a few more Anne scenes. The new – and final – trailer is already classified and its running time is 2 minutes and 17 seconds. It’s reported (although not officially confirmed) it will be attached with at The Gone Girl (on theaters next October 2nd). Watch below the TV spot, and check in our gallery several new posters and also the replaced production stills previously added, now in high quality size.


(Scans) Empire UK

November issue of Empire magazine is featuring Interstellar, with two covers (a gorgeous one subscriber cover featuring McConaughey) and several pages of technical information, new photos, and interviews with the cast. Also, it features a page with Anne, including a gorgeous photo. You can find now digital scans up in our gallery:


“The Intern” On Set

Anne has been busy the whole month filming The Intern in New York – which filming has just finished in Manhattan last Friday. I have added several on set images from the whole month in our gallery (and sorry for taking so long in adding these). Check it:


Interstellar – 60″ TV Spot

The first TV spot for Interstellar was released:


Scans: Entertainment Weekly


Entertainment Weekly has on current issue their “Fall Movie Preview” special, and of course Interstellar is featured on it. As you can see, also there’s a new Anne image. Check scans in our gallery!


New ‘Interstellar’ Trailer

The new Interstellar trailer that was screened at Comic-Con is finally online, and it has lots of Anne new footages!


Christopher Nolan makes a surprise appearance at Comic-Con!

We wasn’t expecting but Nolan wanted to see “what all the fuss is about” Comic-Con, and made a surprise appearance today with Matthew McConaughey. They answered some questions and offered a new trailer for upcoming Interstellar.

Being under a secrecy, no one really knows what the film is about. McConaughey kind of explained it:

Cooper is a pilot, an engineer, and a widowed pilot of two children where civilization is just sustaining. There’s food, clean water, but they don’t need any explorers, no new bright ideas. Then something happens and the dream of being a pilot again knocks on his door. The chance becomes “the greatest mission” he’s ever taken on.

Paramount also chose to show extended footage and an additional trailer, roughly six to eight minutes in total, showing shots of Jessica Chastain, Anne Hathaway and Michael Caine in character.

Let’s hope it surfaces soon!