John David Washington, Robert Pattinson and Elizabeth Debicki play the leading roles in Christopher Nolan's "Tenet", about whose story a big secret has been made - but now the first trailer is finally here and reveals more!
Christopher Nolan is one of the few directors whose name alone can make a film successful and definitely stimulates the curiosity of the audience. No wonder, since he has had great success on the assembly line since "The Dark Knight" at the latest. Therefore, one tends to risk a little more for his productions on the studio side: It is therefore not surprising that Nolan's new film “Tenet” is to become the second most expensive original film of all time - it is said to cost around $ 225 million.
And here are the “Tenet” trailer in the original version and the poster for you:
And now finally there is also the first trailer! “Tenet” starts in the cinema on July 16, 2020, and is currently number three in our list of most anticipated films in 2020!
WHY IT'S IN "TENET"
Finally, we now know - at least a little - more about the plot of "Tenet", about which a great secret has so far been made. Even after the trailer, not everything is clear yet, but how should it be, with the big topics that are discussed in the preview?
Because “Tenet” is about nothing less than time travel or the running back and forth of time, the hereafter (or at least the willingness to die) and preventing the Third World War, which is supposed to be even worse than the nuclear one Holocaust.
Even if they look and the mix of mystery, thriller, espionage, and drama remind a little of "Inception", it should now be clear that "Tenet" is in all likelihood not "Inception 2" like some fans at suspected of all the secrecy surrounding the film. Nevertheless: Here too, a man (John David Washington) is recruited to fulfill a special mission with a team, for which you first have to qualify. The third world war must obviously be prevented.
"TENET": A PALINDROME
The word “tenet” plays an important role here, which should not be a palindrome by chance, that is, a word that reads the same from the front and the back - the assumption is obvious so that too the events in the film should be structured similarly ...
In "Tenet" alongside John David Washington u. a. also Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, Michael Caine, Kenneth Branagh, Clémence Poésy, Himesh Patel and Aaron Taylor-Johnson.