Christopher Nolan’s “Interstellar” will have two studios behind it.

And those two studios are Warners and Paramount, splitting the risk and the distribution of the “Inception/Dark Knight” director’s next film.

He’s been rewriting the “heroic space odyssey” script, which Steven Spielberg was originally to direct, and keeping mum about casting, etc.

Since Nolan once said he “admired” Disney’s “The Black Hole,” that could mean almost anything.

It’s about time travel, worm holes, other dimensions. His brother gets a co-writing credit and his wife produces it.

 

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