From the director of the surprise hit ‘STAR WARS: ROGUE ONE’ (2016) comes what looks to be an intriguing post-apocalyptic film exploring the human drama amidst a horrific conflict between humans and robots.
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Provided people do what they’re damn well told at this point and wear masks to help prevent the spread of Covid-19, Warner Bros. Pictures won’t hopefully have to keep moving the release date back for Christopher Nolan latest theatrical endeavor, Tenet.
Director Christopher Nolan (Dark Knight Trilogy, Inception) has had every intention of releasing his latest theatrical endeavor, Tenet, on July 17, even now in the wake of an industry left atrophied by a pandemic with a reported $160 billion dollars in the hole.
I’m still trying to process what is currently being sampled in the official trailer for writer/director Christopher Nolan’s new film, Tenet. No plot details have yet been revealed but as always, Nolan sticks to some really great caveats and tropes when it comes to his craft, and it always results in some intriguing, deep-in-scope narrative epic.
The Dark Knight trilogy and Dunkirk helmer Christopher Nolan’s capacity to handle action has since carried over with the current production of his latest film, Tenet, following its July 17, 2020 announcement from Warner Bros. Pictures. Principal photography is underway from Nolan’s script with locations spanning as many as seven countries for “an action epic evolving from the world of international espionage” according to the studio.