After a number of posters that took us to a distant galaxy, looking for sustainable resources to save the planet from extinction, a new series of images show off the real star of Interstellar, director Christopher Nolan. He is seen showing off one of the giant spacecraft from the movie, as well as working alongside star Matthew McConaughey. We also get a look at Anne Hathaway in her space suit, and the crew of this dangerous mission, who enter a wormhole to travel into the deepest recesses of the universe. Back on earth, we get a look at a bearded Casey Affleck and his companion Jessica Chastain. Take a look and then read on for more information:

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The above photos come courtesy of Empire Magazine, who also debut a second 'subscribers only' cover featuring star Matthew McConaughey in what is sure to be one of the more iconic scenes from Interstellar as this space farmer talks his walk across a frozen landscape millions of miles away from our planet.

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While we know the basic plot of Interstellar, Christopher Nolan has been able to retain the movie's mystery. Astronauts Cooper (Matthew McConaughey), Brand (Anne Hathaway) and Romilly (David Gyasi) set out to make a great discovery that will help replenish our world's natural resources and help bring life back from the brink of nonexistence.

About Interstellar as a movie going experience, Matthew McConaughey promises:

"This is the grandest adventure I think any of us will ever see on film... This is the biggest film I've ever been a part of. This is one of the biggest films anyone's ever been a part of."

Anne Hathaway carries similar praise around in her back pocket:

"I am so excited for the world to receive this film, because there's going to be a new conversation I believe will happen because of it. It's not a dry, science-based film. It has a pulse. It's got blood in its veins."

You can read more about Interstellar when Empire Magazine hits the newsstands next Tuesday, September 25.

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