The more we see of Christopher Nolan's 'Interstellar,' the more we are tickled with excitement. Following the official trailer releases, TV spots and a preliminary synopsis, a new TV spot has landed, bringing with it some confirmation on plot and new footage to delight the senses.

The only story fragments Paramount and Legendary were willing to release in an official capacity, so far, are as follows: "A group of explorers 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." Pretty vague, right? Well, we also know that Earth's resources are dwindling and humanity is on the brink of extinction, which prompts this voyage.

From this new 'Interstellar' TV spot, though, we hear from Matthew McConaughey's Cooper, "We have a plan to find a planet that can habitat the people that are living on the Earth." Unfortunately, it seems they have some drastic time constraints. Based on the footage, we see the astronauts discovering a new planet, but "every hour on that planet will be seven years back on Earth."

True statement: "Our mission does not work if the people on Earth are dead by the time we pull it off."

Early word on 'Interstellar' pegs it as Nolan's best work to date. Given the premise, its director, and its cast that includes Anne Hathaway, Michael Caine, Jessica Chastain, Wes Bentley, John Lithgow and Casey Affleck, we're inclined to agree.

Prepare to take this 'Interstellar' voyage in theaters on November 7.