Christopher Nolan’s New Movie ‘Tenet’ Trailer Is Out Now
Christopher Nolan’s latest upcoming movie is something that we are waiting to watch. Luckily, we now have a trailer that sheds more light on the storyline and what-to-expect. With a release date of July 2020, you can now watch the trailer for “Tenet” below!
Christopher Nolan’s Eleventh Movie Is On Espionage
The trailer reveals a little more about what we are about to receive in the second half of the year 2020. The storyline is something that is being kept really secret. NME writes that Robert Pattinson was locked in a room so he could read the script of the new movie. Moreover, he does not have the script himself either. Nolan really likes to keep his movies interesting, it seems. You can watch the trailer here:
Apparently David Washington’s character is trying to prevent something that is bigger than a Third World War. Like some of his past projects, Nolan’s new movie seems to have a component of time travel as well. We can see this by the recurring “reverse” playback of action events, like that car flipping over on a highway. We will also see Michael Caine in this, someone who has worked with Christopher Nolan in the past.
Tenet movie trailer suggests that movie is shot in different locations around the world. Washington’s guy will have to travel to different spots in his espionage story. We can also see the unique Christopher Nolan background music, something that is similar to Dunkirk. This instills suspense in the audience and if this is showcasing the theme of the movie, then this is truly a terrific job.
More Details About Tenet
Although the background music suggests a touch of Dunkirk, TheVerge thinks that the movie will most probably have elements of Inception or even Memento. At the end of the trailer, Warner Bros. advice to watch the tailer during the screening of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, on IMAX screens. This is a longer prologue that cannot be found anywhere else. Leaks that were posted on Twitter were quickly taken down.
The movie is coming on July 17, 2020, in IMAX theatres.
Here are some of the most important things that we noticed in the fascinating trailer.