Tenet will be Christopher Nolan’s Fourth Longest Movie
Fans were very excited to hear about Christopher Nolan’s upcoming ‘Tenet’. The movie is going to be the director’s signature style, meaning we’ll have to watch it a couple of times to understand it. But no one is complaining! The movie’s plot is still confusing but the trailer is so compelling that anyone would be excited to watch it. Recently, the exact runtime of ‘Tenet’ was confirmed.
To no one’s surprise, it’s going to be a long movie
The Korea Media Ratings Board has officially rated as well as reviewed the movie. They have also given us the run time for it. It is going to ba 149 minutes and 59 seconds long. That means it’s about 2 and a half hours long. This makes it Nolan’s fourth-longest movie.
This is something to expect from the director. His longest movie, Interstellar, is at 2 hours and 49 minutes. Meanwhile, both his Batman movies Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises are over 2 hours and 30 minutes. His other movies are also are about roughly two hours such as Insomnia and the latest Dunkirk.
Is the release date for Tenet still the same?
The original release date of Tenet remains on 12th August 2020. The production company behind the movie is not changing it as of yet. But it might change given the fact that coronavirus pandemic is still not under control. The USA is going on lockdown mode again in some areas because it is the country with the most coronavirus cases.
Let’s see if the movie is released on the same schedule.