One of the things that came to mind when I saw Interstellar was your first film, Doodlebug. Also, the writing of Jorge Borges, the great Argentinian writer, wrote all kinds of incredible short stories that dealt with paradox. I first saw Star Wars in 1977 when I was 7 years old, and I’ve never forgotten the incredible nature of that experience—the possibility of the screen opening up, sucking you in, and taking you to a different galaxy. He’s boldly going where he went before in Star Trek, and it takes colossal balls.But I feel like films are uniquely suited towards addressing paradox, recursiveness, and worlds-within-worlds. In light of the success and weight of that movie, they re-released Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey and my father took me to see it on one of the biggest screens in London in Leicester Square, and that was also a seminal experience. I’m a lot more comfortable trying to do my own thing than carrying the weight and expectation of the entire world—particularly 40-somethings like me who live and die with each new bit of information about Star Wars. The all-American, Dust Bowl setting of Interstellar on a farm in the Midwest—was that inspired by Clark Kent’s upbringing in Man of Steel, which you produced? That all-American iconography has always been so potent in the Superman myth.She studied at Harvard University (revealed in "The Scavenger Vortex", S7E03), and had a semester in Norway.
Through an online dating site, Tuck meets perky product researcher Lauren Scott (Reese Witherspoon) and the two begin dating.
Meanwhile, hanging nearby as a cellular wing man, wealthy American playboy FDR picks up a quick-witted blonde at a video store, who he eventually gets to go out with him.
What a coincidence: it is the same woman, a fact that the best buds discover in synchronized computer screen reveals.
Reese Witherspoon (Lauren Scott), Chris Pine (FDR Foster), Tom Hardy (Tuck), Til Schweiger (Karl Heinrich), Chelsea Handler (Trish), John Paul Ruttan (Joe), Abigail Leigh Spencer (Katie), Angela Bassett (Collins), Rosemary Harris (Nana Foster), George Touliatos (Grandpa Foster), Clint Carleton (Jonas Heinrich), Warren Christie (Steve), Leela Savasta (Kelly), Natassia Malthe (Xenia), Daren A.
Herbert (Agent Bothwick), Kevin O'Grady (Agent Boyles), Jesse Reid (Agent Dickerman), Viv Leacock (Agent Dowling), Jenny Slate (Emily) Romantic comedy crosses with spy action in This Means War, a film that forms a love triangle out of two CIA operatives and the civilian object of their affections.Lonesome & The Bluebelles - "Just for You", Joe Jackson - "Look Sharp!