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Wonderful Wonderful is the fifth studio album by American rock band The Killers. It was released September 22nd via Island Records, five years after their previous album, Battle Born. Brandon Flowers described the album to be about what it means to be a man. In your head it’s about being tough and bringing home the bacon, but what I’ve come to find is it’s really more about empathy and compassion. The lead single from the album, The Man, was released on June 14th 2017. Wonderful Wonderful Q&A. How well did the album do during it's first week of sales? According to Billboard, The Killers earned their first number one album on Billboard 200 Chart with ‘Wonderful Wonderful’. 118,000 equivalent album units were sold in the first week. Of that sum, 111,000 were in traditional album sales.
To start with, regarding his state of imminent death in the shot of him floating in space, two things point to it. The first being that Cooper was thrown out of a black hole. As astrophysicists and NASA explains, the gravitational pressure of a black hole is so strong that a human being couldn't survive in it without suffocating. Moreover, the representations of this tunnel coincides with the images of Interstellar. My train of thought is guided by THIS very detail. Because for the rest of what I've brought forward, it's difficult to know what is true and what can only be applied to my theory. Two questions remain though.
This post contains massive spoilers about Interstellar. Read no further if you have not seen the film. In the 2012 documentary Side by Side, which examines the shift from celluloid to digital filmmaking, Christopher Nolan, of all the directors interviewed, is the staunchest in his pro-celluloid stance. A transition starts with people offering a new choice, he says, but it finishes with taking the old choice away. That sentiment resounds in Nolan’s Interstellar, which is also concerned with a transition, from a dying Earth to a new planet.
Interstellar follows humanity's last-ditch effort to find a new habitable planet - after Earth is ravaged by environmental catastrophe. When former NASA pilot-turned-corn farmer Cooper (Matthew McConaughey) finds the coordinates to a top secret government project, he's brought in on the secret that the government has secretly been working to send a crew through a recently discovered wormhole in the hopes that humankind can find refuge in a new galaxy. For that reason, we're here to help breakdown how space travel works in the movie, as well as explain Interstellar's ending. Our discussion is going to be full of SPOILERS for Interstellar, so READ NO FURTHER unless you’re all caught up. You have been warned. major spoilers follow.