🎬 Where: Interstellar (2014) Movie

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👉 Description: In Interstellar’s (2014) docking scene, Brand passes out from the G forces while Cooper doesn’t. Between the two of them, Cooper had the extensive training dealing with G forces as a seasoned pilot and astronaut. 👇

In Interstellar’s (2014) docking scene, Brand passes out from the G forces while Cooper doesn’t. Between the two of them, Cooper had the extensive training dealing with G forces as a seasoned pilot and astronaut.

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    ℹ️ Posted on by Rocky

    #️⃣ Fact / Detail Nr.: 7108

    👉 Description: In Interstellar (2014) when Cooper finds Murph hiding in his car, Murphy says “You wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for me”…Which is true on a much deeper level. The coords were put there by Cooper who was saved by a future generation of humans that learned to harness gravity from Murph’s own work. 👇

    In Interstellar (2014) when Cooper finds Murph hiding in his car, Murphy says "You wouldn't be here if it wasn't for me"...Which is true on a much deeper level. The coords were put there by Cooper who was saved by a future generation of humans that learned to harness gravity from Murph's own work.

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    ℹ️ Posted on by Rocky

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    👉 Description: Females in low gravity/ space films tend to have short hair or hair tightly wrapped in a bun. This is because it is difficult to know how long hair behaves in low gravity environments and expensive to animate. Examples cited: Inception (2010), Gravity (2013), Interstellar (2014) 👇

    Females in low gravity/ space films tend to have short hair or hair tightly wrapped in a bun. This is because it is difficult to know how long hair behaves in low gravity environments and expensive to animate. Examples cited: Inception (2010), Gravity (2013), Interstellar (2014)

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    ℹ️ Posted on by Rocky

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    👉 Description: In this scene of Interstellar (2014) the score follows a specific rhythm. The clicks that drives the rhythm represents time running out as one click has later been proven to represent one day passing on Earth as time goes faster on the planet they’re on. Very cleverly done by Nolan and Zimmer 👇

    In this scene of Interstellar (2014) the score follows a specific rhythm. The clicks that drives the rhythm represents time running out as one click has later been proven to represent one day passing on Earth as time goes faster on the planet they’re on. Very cleverly done by Nolan and Zimmer

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    ℹ️ Posted on by Rocky

    #️⃣ Fact / Detail Nr.: 5522

    👉 Description: In Interstellar (2014) the black hole was so scientifically accurate it took approx 100 hours to render each frame in the physics and VFX engine. Meaning every second you see took approx 100 days to render the final copy. 👇

    In Interstellar (2014) the black hole was so scientifically accurate it took approx 100 hours to render each frame in the physics and VFX engine. Meaning every second you see took approx 100 days to render the final copy.

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    ℹ️ Posted on by Rocky

    #️⃣ Fact / Detail Nr.: 5739

    👉 Description: In Interstellar (2014) during the docking scene, TARS tells Cooper that Endurance’s spin is 67 and then 68 rpm. This is due to the fact that the debris from explosion coming out is increasing the angular momentum of the Endurance. 👇

    In Interstellar (2014) during the docking scene, TARS tells Cooper that Endurance's spin is 67 and then 68 rpm. This is due to the fact that the debris from explosion coming out is increasing the angular momentum of the Endurance.

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    ℹ️ Posted on by Rocky

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    👉 Description: [SPOILER] In Interstellar (2014), TARS explains Newton’s Third Law by saying “In order to go somewhere, you gotta leave something behind” just before Cooper is jettisoned into the black hole. This is a reference to how Cooper had to leave his family behind earlier in the film. 👇

    [SPOILER] In Interstellar (2014), TARS explains Newton’s Third Law by saying “In order to go somewhere, you gotta leave something behind” just before Cooper is jettisoned into the black hole. This is a reference to how Cooper had to leave his family behind earlier in the film.

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