Christopher Nolan’s Hypnotic Tenet Teaser Will Twist Your Brain
A little teaser for the Christopher Nolan Tenet was released. For those looking to avoid spoilers, you don't have to worry at all about the video that was posted on social media earlier today. The teaser, is just the logo of the film rotating in a circle while the background changes from white to black. There is no sound and no comments have been written in the caption. The cryptic tease offers a lot more questions than answers and people are already trying to figure out what it all means.
– TENET (@TENETFilm) December 13, 2019
The first Tenet teaser trailer was published by surprise in front of Hobbs & Shaw which debuted in August. These images revealed nothing and seemed to point to an Inception-type film with a time travel thrown into the mix. So far, the studio has only said that Tenet is "an action epic from the world of international espionage", which leaves a lot to the imagination. Aside from the vague description, we know it has been shot in 7 countries and it stars Robert Pattinson, John David Washington, Elizabeth Debicki, Michael Caine, Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Kenneth Branagh.
Although we don't know much about the film by simply watching this motion poster / tenet-motion-poster-secret-inception-sequel-christopher-nolan / Tenet we might get a better idea of what the story is about very soon. It has been reported that the prologue of Christopher Nolan's next film will be screened in IMAX Theaters before The Rise of Skywalker which will hit theaters next week. Beyond that, the first official trailer should be released soon after, although a release date has not yet been confirmed at the time of writing. As with everything Nolan does, we will only get the bare minimum to reveal information.
Christopher Nolan likes to change the pace when it comes to delivering movies to the public. He made the kind of superhero with the trilogy The Dark Knight and was even on set with Robert Pattinson when he learned that he was going to play in Matt Reeves The Batman . He explored the dream world in Inception the concepts of time in Interstellar identity in The Prestige and touched on many other topics over the years. years. All of the films resemble a Nolan production, whether it tackles WWII or hooded crusaders.
Tenet arrives in theaters on July 17, 2020. Aaron Taylor-Johnson, who stars in the film, revealed that Christopher Nolan "is definitely trying to push the boundaries of cinema, in both high and science fiction concepts, and the cinematic side of things is extraordinary in watch. "While Taylor Johnson wanted to get into the details, he knows he is not allowed to really talk about the details. "It was a real honor and a pleasure to be in his presence and to work on this film. But to be honest, I can't say anything more about it." It looks pretty good at the moment. You can check out the enigmatic conundrum above, thanks to the film's Twitter account .