In each of his past films, Christopher Nolan has taken us to places we’ve never been before. The mind of a man with a broken memory. A markedly non-cartoonish Gotham City. Dreams within dreams within Leonardo DiCaprio. For his next film, the grandiose sci-fi headpiece Interstellar, Nolan is jettisoning us to at least one different planet outside of our solar system. (Assuming it’s not just Earth in some weird Sphere-ish twist.) And we get a good look at that planet’s inhabitable terrain in the film’s newest one-sheet, seen above.
In it, Matthew McConaughey is taking a stroll through across what is presumably a frozen tundra. (Did they film this in Lambeau Field?) The plot details behind Interstellar are still mostly under wraps, but we know that McConaughey and a crew of scientist astronauts are sent on a mission to find a planet that could serve as a new home for humanity, which is in dire shape back on Earth thanks to climate change. Darn you, carbon footprints! To get there, McConaughey and company may or may not be using a wormhole, as Nolan cites physicist Kip Throne as a major inspiration and story resource for Interstellar‘s script, which was co-written with brother Jonathan Nolan.