The sixth greatest directer of all the time, Christopher Nolan, is coming back with another masterpiece. Tenet is going to be the 11th feature film of Nolan. Everyone seems to have high expectations from the movie. And why not, Tenet happens to be the highest budgeted movie of Christopher’s career.
With Warner Bros being the production house, Tenet becomes even more special. Because we are well aware when WB works with Nolan, it results in magic. The recently released two trailers have increased the excitement among Nolan’s fans. If you are here, it is apparent that you are interested in all the details about Tenet. So here we are, with all the details about Tenet, freshly served in a platter. Continue reading.
Fret not, Tenet is going to hit the screens soon. The release date of Tenet has been announced. Earlier it was going to premiere on July 17, 2020. But later on, due to the difference between the makers, the release date was shifted to July 30, 2020.
It is still under the threat of further postponement. As you might be aware that Coronavirus has crippled the entertainment industry. But no need to worry as the creators have not announced anything about the further postponement.
The first trailer released back in December and the second a few weeks ago. The trailer of Tenet gave us a glimpse of the movie. If you haven’t watched it yet, get a sneak peek now.
The cast surely looks star-studded from the trailer. The trailer included Robert Pattinson, John David Washington, Elizabeth Debicki, Michael Caine, Clémence Poésy, and Kenneth Branagh. We might also get to watch Dimple Kapadia.
What intrigues us more is that it looks like a mini- Harry Potter reunion. As Robert Pattinson, Clémence Poésy, Sir Kenneth Branagh who played Cedric Diggory, Fleur Delacour, and Gilderoy Lockhart respectively in the Wizarding world are coming back together.
A lot of things are kept under wraps. But rumor has it, the film is shooted in 7 distinct countries around the world. Nolan is going to give us some action when we seem to be craving for it. Christopher even gave a casual statement that he blew up a plane for real. As it was easier than doing it with CGI.
As for the plot, we have negligible knowledge. But what we can decipher from the trailer is that Nolan’s trying to play with time. Tenet is going to be a spy-thriller with a time-inversion concept.