Interstellar was a particularly controversial film: on the one hand, there was the appreciation of moviegoers, who appreciated the visual effects, production design and soundtrack. On the other hand, there was the criticism of the science behind it. However, it seems that Interstellar might have gotten something right. Interstellar’s visual effects had black holes accurately depicted, it seems, which provided movie lovers with an accurate view of what the gravity giants could actually look like.
Curiously enough, a scientific paper now accompanies the Box Office success. Such was the movie team’s investment in the accuracy of the scientific events that it presented that NASA took part in the movie’s promotion.