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In his secrecy-shrouded sci-fi extravaganza "Interstellar," filmmaker Christopher Nolan isn't just taking audiences to outer space.
"The idea was that they'd been designed to put humans at ease during extended periods of time," said "Interstellar" screenwriter Jonathan Nolan.
The sleek grey 'bots, which can be briefly glimpsed in the movie's trailers, are walking-and-talking rectangular slabs of shiny metal that operate like a cross between a Swiss army knife and an iPhone.
Paramount declined to provide images of the characters for this story.
In "Interstellar," out next Wednesday, a particularly acerbic robot named TARS (portrayed by Bill Irwin) accompanies a team of astronauts led by Matthew McConaughey's pilot Cooper to find humankind a new home after an ecological disaster wrecks Earth.
In an interview with The Associated Press, "Interstellar" writer-director Christopher Nolan discussed his vision of the robots, their artificial intelligence and importance to the film's story:
In my brother's draft, he was really into robots and artificial intelligence.
The robots are presented as being physically superior to humans and able to lift heavier things and follow orders perfectly.
Buddy Cianci's (see-AN'-seez) opponent in the Providence mayor's race is getting a little face time with President Barack Obama.
Elorza says he wants to talk to Obama about how they can work together to try to bring jobs to Providence and fix city schools.
A Springfield man has been sentenced to three years in prison for his role in a multi-million dollar drug ring that brought heroin from New York City to western Massachusetts.
The Republican newspaper (http://bit.ly/1wjQdWp ) reports that Quinones' lawyer sought a lighter sentence, saying his client, a father of four, has no prior criminal record and is trying to turn his life around.
The sons of a hospital executive and his wife have hired a famous crime expert to help investigate their parents' mysterious deaths in their New Jersey home.
Cooper Health System CEO John Sheridan and his wife Joyce, a retired teacher, were found in their bedroom in their central New Jersey home Sept.
ExxonMobil Corp.'s refining and chemical operations rescued the company's third quarter results amid falling global oil prices and lower oil and gas production.
Exxon's oil and gas production fell 4.7 percent compared with the same period a year ago, driven mostly by lower natural gas production and the expiration earlier this year of Exxon's rights to production at a field in Abu Dhabi.
 low oil and gas prices make for low raw material costs — and higher profit — for refining and chemical operations, which turn oil and gas into fuels and chemicals.
A former San Diego day-care operator has been arrested on suspicion of murder in the death of an 11-month-old boy who was being cared for at the now-closed facility.
Police say the investigation has been turned over to the District Attorney's Office Family Protection Unit.