Christopher Nolan's space odyssey "Interstellar" is coming Nov. 7, and that means it is high-time to blow the lid off the film's marketing campaign.

Three new very different posters have been revealed, each exploring a different part of the film and featuring a different tagline. You can check out all three of the posters at the bottom of the page.

Empire debuted the new poster as the cover for an upcoming issue of the magazine, and features Matthew McConaughey's Cooper character in full astronaut garb, walking across the surface of an alien planet or possibly a moon. The tagline for the poster reads "The end of Earth will not be the end of us."

Another poster shows McConaughey's Cooper with his family still on Earth, gazing up at the stars. This poster reads "Mankind was born on Earth. It was never meant to die here." We know that the plot of the film involves a dying Earth desperately seeking a solution in the cosmos, and Cooper, a seemingly ordinary farmer, is recruited to join a team of astronauts on a mission that might just save the planet.

The third new poster for the film gives us a glimpse at the beauty of space, featuring "Interstellar's" spacecraft the "Endurance" and reading "Go further."

As if three new posters weren't enough, there is also the "Interstellar" mobile and web game to check out. It's actually pretty cool. Check out the trailer.

Part solar-system model builder and part space flight sim, players craft their own personal solar system before embarking in a spaceship to explore the systems created by other players. The game features realistic physics, courtesy of "Interstellar's" scientific adviser, theoretical physicist Kip Thorne, and will require players to use it to their advantage. Players will have to use the gravity of planets to slingshot themselves through space in order to conserve fuel, as well as dive through wormholes. The objective is to see how much you can explore before your spaceship crashes or runs out of fuel.

Best of all: the game is free. You can play it now in your browser or download the game on Google Play for your mobile device. Why would you not want to try your hand at God before embarking on a space-faring voyage your crew will never return from? Sounds like a good time to me. Let's just hope that McConaughey and the crew in the film will be able to make it back home in one piece. We're not holding our breath, though.

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