Yes, Interstellar was released back on November 7, 2014; but today, it has only been an hour since the blockbuster hit the cinemas. It might seem like it has been seven years, but the reality is a little different.
The famous sci-fi film, a popular Christopher Nolan masterpiece, taught us that time is relative. So, although tens of thousands of hours have passed since the movie was first released here on earth, this could be anywhere between 2 minutes and 200 years in other universes.
As an example, the time on Miller, the water planet on which Endurance splash-landed, an hour is equal to seven years on earth. Based on this logic, it has just been an hour since Interstellar was actually released.
Obviously, we will never have to go through the time slippage Cooper, Romilly, and the crew in this film had to deal with. However, people have not forgotten that it has been an hour on Miller since the movie was first released.
People are once again trying to figure out the fascinating timelines explored in the film.
To many people, Christopher Nolan is a genius. Someone suggested that he should have put timestamps in Interstellar.
Another internet user noted that people have waited for seven years to post memes that it has only been an hour since Interstellar was released.
Christopher Nolan's attempt to explore the concept of time, and in another seven years, people will be doing the same with Tenet.