Driving Through a Real Cornfield in Interstellar and 10 More Movie Details You Might’ve Missed

Driving Through a Real Cornfield in Interstellar and 10 More Movie Details You Might've Missed

Sure, Christopher Nolan relied on computer graphics for many scenes in “Interstellar,” but the director made sure it did not happen when the characters were on Earth. To realistically portray the farm, Nolan instructed production designer Nathan Crowley plant 500-acres of corn, but luckily, director Zack Snyder had already done a couple hundred acres for “Man of Steel”. After filming was completed, Nolan sold the corn and actually made money on it. Continue reading for more movie details that you might have missed.

Driving Through a Real Cornfield in Interstellar and 10 More Movie Details You Might've Missed
Driving Through a Real Cornfield in Interstellar and 10 More Movie Details You Might've Missed
Driving Through a Real Cornfield in Interstellar and 10 More Movie Details You Might've Missed
Driving Through a Real Cornfield in Interstellar and 10 More Movie Details You Might've Missed
Driving Through a Real Cornfield in Interstellar and 10 More Movie Details You Might've Missed
Driving Through a Real Cornfield in Interstellar and 10 More Movie Details You Might've Missed
Driving Through a Real Cornfield in Interstellar and 10 More Movie Details You Might've Missed
Driving Through a Real Cornfield in Interstellar and 10 More Movie Details You Might've Missed
Driving Through a Real Cornfield in Interstellar and 10 More Movie Details You Might've Missed
Driving Through a Real Cornfield in Interstellar and 10 More Movie Details You Might've Missed

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