The trailer for Christopher Nolan’s upcoming movie is a mind-bending trip down a dark alley of mysteries.
John David Washington takes center stage as a man who is recruited to ‘prevent World War III’, something that is said to be worse than a nuclear holocaust.
Christopher Nolan’s reputation as one of Hollywood’s greatest directors is undisputed because his films are not for those who have average minds.
Movies like Memento (2000), Inception (2010), and Interstellar (2014) are critically acclaimed because of their intricate plots and unusual elements. Nolan shines as a filmmaker who achieves the impossible and that is his selling point.
The award-winning filmmaker gave audiences a character-focused depiction of the DC Comics crime-fighting character Batman in the Dark Knight trilogy and the movies set a standard in the superhero genre that is difficult to live up to.
The plot of Tenet is being kept a secret and details about the film are in bits and pieces. From the trailer, the hero is some kind of stuntman who gets a second chance to do something that will have a major implication on our world.
The little glimpses of the visual effects point to the fact that time travel and manipulation may also be a part of the movie. A scene in which Robert Pattinson asks John David Washington’s character what happened there has the latter answer: “It hasn’t happened yet.” That clearly shows that they have possibly traveled back in time to just before whatever happened there did.
Billed as an action thriller, Tenet is written and directed by Christopher Nolan and stars John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, Dimple Kapadia, Michael Caine, and Kenneth Branagh.
It will be released by Warner Bros. on July 17, 2020, and the trailer is available for viewing below.
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