A couple of brief updates on three major sci-fi film projects in the works.
First up, "Interstellar" production designer Nathan Crowley says that Chris Nolan's new film is both a "human story about a father and a daughter" and deals with "black holes, relativity, gravity and their effect on time". There's also a new photo from the film right here.
Meanwhile, Sigourney Weaver says that she is set to appear in all three of James Cameron's planned "Avatar" sequels despite her character's apparent death in the first film. Weaver tells Vulture: "I can't talk about it, but my part is a little different in each one. I'll transform somewhat".
Finally, out doing "X-Men: Days of Future Past" press, actor Michael Fassbender tells Collider that "Prometheus 2" is a go, but he doesn't know when it's happening yet.