by Josie Kafka
Totally awesome director Christopher Nolan is, according to The Hollywood Reporter, in talks to direct a new totally awesome science-fiction movie called Interstellar, written by the totally awesome Jonathan Nolan. "The story involves time travel and alternate dimensions," says the article, "and sees a group of explorers travel through a wormhole."
Christopher Nolan--you may or may not know this--directed such films as Memento, The Prestige, Inception, and some thing with a crazy guy who thinks he's a bat. Jonathan Nolan worked on that same bat thing, Memento (he wrote the short story on which the film was based; it's a weird story), and the delightful show Person of Interest.
And it's time travel! Based on actual science (claims The Hollywood Reporter). Actual science is awesome. In fact, speaking of time travel and actual science, I recommend the film Primer, which is very science-y and very--you guessed it--cool.