Interstellar is a science fiction film directed by Christopher Nolan that was released in 2014. It follows the journey of a group of astronauts who travel through a wormhole in search of a new home for humanity as the Earth is dying. The film features an all-star cast, including Matthew McConaughey, Anne Hathaway, and Michael Caine.
The film explores a number of complex scientific concepts, including relativity, quantum mechanics, and the nature of time and space. It also touches on themes of love, sacrifice, and the importance of human connection. The film has gained a large and dedicated fan base for its ambitious storytelling and thought-provoking ideas.
Here Check the Interstellar Ending Story
At the end of Interstellar, the main character, Cooper (played by Matthew McConaughey), is able to make it back to the present after traveling through a wormhole and visiting several different planets. He finds that he has been gone for much longer than he anticipated, and his daughter Murph (played by Mackenzie Foy and Jessica Chastain) is now an old woman.
Cooper learns that the plan to save humanity by finding a new habitable planet has been successful and that a group of people has already left to colonize the new world. However, he also discovers that Murph has dedicated her life to understanding the strange gravitational anomalies that led him to the wormhole in the first place, and that she has discovered that they were caused by a higher intelligence trying to communicate with humanity.
As Cooper prepares to leave and join the group colonizing the new planet, Murph reveals to him that the higher intelligence was actually the future version of himself and that he had been communicating with her through the gravitational anomalies all along. Murph gives Cooper the coordinates to a location where he will be able to make contact with the future version of himself and learn more about the fate of humanity.
Cooper decides to follow the coordinates and make contact with the future version of himself, effectively becoming part of the higher intelligence and leaving behind his own past and present. The film ends with Cooper and the future version of himself standing on a beach, looking out at the stars.