'Interstellar' trailer: Matthew McConaughey's 'True Detective' character Rust Cohle responds to humanity's dire situation

interstella-true-detective-matthew-mcconaughey.jpg Christopher Nolan's next big blockbuster movie is the futuristic "Interstellar." 

The dystopian, scientific adventure chronicles "a group of explorers who make use of a newly discovered wormhole to surpass the limitations on human space travel and conquer the vast distances involved in an interstellar voyage." In layman's terms, when humans use up all the food and resources on Earth, and climate change takes its toll on the planet, they're forced to look to the stars to find a suitable new planet in a new solar system to live on with the use of a wormhole.

Watch the new trailer for "Interstellar" below:



With such a dire situation facing humanity, we were left wondering: How would "Interstellar" star Matthew McConaughey's "True Detective" character Rust Cohle respond to finding out that humanity is dying because there's no food left on Earth?

If there is a better place in space for humanity to live: "It's all one ghetto, man. A giant gutter in outer space."

On whether or not it's humanity's fault that Earth is dying: "I think human consciousness, is a tragic misstep in evolution. We became too self-aware, nature created an aspect of nature separate from itself, we are creatures that should not exist by natural law. We are things that labor under the illusion of having a self; an accretion of sensory, experience and feeling, programmed with total assurance that we are each somebody, when in fact everybody is nobody. Maybe the honorable thing for our species to do is deny our programming, stop reproducing, walk hand in hand into extinction, one last midnight - brothers and sisters opting out of a raw deal."

On understanding wormholes and using one to save humanity: "Back then, the visions, most of the time I was convinced that I'd lost it. But there were other times, I thought I was main-lining the secret truth of the universe."

Whether or not there is still hope for humanity: "Death created time to grow the things that it would kill ... F*** this. F*** this world."

So, no?
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