Stuff Weekend: Blast off into space with Interstellar, listen to Foo Fighters’ newest track and dine out at Babette’s

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Stuff Weekend: Blast off with Interstellar, listen to Foo Fighters’ newest track

What are the weekends for if not to reward yourself for five days of work well done? Read on to see how you can pamper yourself over the next two days.

Watch: Interstellar

Directed by Christopher Nolan of Inception and the Batman films fame, the science fiction film ventures into space to explore the what-ifs of space travel. Matthew McConaughey stars as a widowed engineer who must decide if the future of mankind or the relationship with his children is more important when a wormhole to potentally new habitable planets is discovered. You can probably guess which way he swings though.

Eat: Babette Restaurant & Bar

Stuff Weekend: Blast off into space with Interstellar, listen to Foo Fighte

If you like Japanese food as much as you like your French cuisine, you can get the best of both worlds at Babette's. Inspired by French foodie movie Babette’s Feast, this place does unexpectedly good fusion food. Order the Steak and Foie Gras Donburi and finish off with the Matcha Lava Cake if you know what’s good for you.

Listen: Congregation by Foo Fighters

Hands up those of you who’ve been missing Dave Grohl’s growl. Okay, you can put your hands down now because he’s back along with the rest of the Foo Fighters. While the Sonic Highways album is something entirely new in its conception (“we are going to make this album in a way that no one’s ever done before”), Grohl also says it’s “instantly recognisable as a Foo Fighters record, but there's something deeper and more musical to it”. Get a taste of it with Congregation.

Watch: Before I Go To Sleep

Based on the 2011 novel of the same name, Nicole Kidman plays Christine Lucas who when injured in a car accident, loses her memory. And as her life unfolds in a drastically different way, she finds herself asking is this real life or is this just fantasy. Kind of like 50 First Dates, but way less funny.