“Interstellar” is said to be a very precisely researched film, a lot of home work was done on Christopher Nolan’s directorial epic science fiction. But prominent astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson has its own take on the movie clarifying the scientific factual dealing with cinematic experience. Read on to find out what is Neil deGrasse Tyson has to say about the science fiction.
“Interstellar” is a wonderful attempt of bringing science and reality very close in an aesthetic manner on screen. In a recently released video featuring acclaimed astrophysicist, Tyson revealed critically sharp observations about the sci-fi.
Tyson has pointed out a few things one of which is looking for another planet rather than fixing our own planet, well it definitely is worth a thought. Another point of attention is brought in notice that why someone would choose to find a place near around black hole which doesn’t seem to be a good choice either. In fact, Mars could be a better option to go to since scientists have even discovered water, which looks like a more sensible option then a wormhole as stated by Cinema Blend.
Tyson pointed out the possibilities stating that he loves “Interstellar” and the vision and especially the vision of detailed work Christopher Nolan has.
Tyson has analysed many movies of different genres with his unique perspectives. He was prominently noticed when he asked James Cameron to re-edit “Titanic” so the constellations in the sky look more perfect. The astrophysicist became very popular in Hollywood after the “Titanic” incident and which later landed him in “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” as voice cameo.
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