One of the most anticipated films of this year, Tenet is only a few days away, and fans are extremely excited to see what Nolan has in store for them. Those who are already familiar with Nolan’s projects, Tenet isn’t going to be any different, as the spy-thriller promises to be yet another masterpiece that will make you watch the movie multiple times to understand what happened. A new interesting update has been provided by Christopher Nolan himself that revels how Tenet links with the previous movies.
In a recent interview, Nolan revealed that he had been thinking about the movie for a long time, ‘probably decades,’ and because of this, there are few aspects which link with the previous movies. He adds that people who have seen his previous work will identify several elements such as ‘Memento’s bullet coming out of the wall and into the gun,’ and they have used this as a real thing rather than a metaphor used in the previous film.
He then revealed that he has been working on the scripts and its extremely unique concept of taking a spy-thriller and taking the audiences through a journey of all sorts of events occurring with ‘bizarre concepts of time’ for almost 6-7 years, and much of the development time was spent into thinking how to implement such time concepts with the spy-story and take the audience in a journey that will be etched into their memory for a long time.
He added that he recalled his earlier memories in order to add that true ‘escapism’ element to the movie that will give an array of possibilities and his primary aim is to provide the experience of such a fantasy journey to the audiences and ‘take them back to that sense of wonderment of what a movie can do and where it can take.’
Tenet: Story, Cast and update
Tenet is a spy-thriller movie, and it is directed and written by Christopher Nolan. The movie has been delayed a total of 3 times due to Covid-19, however, according to the latest updates, the movie will not go through any further delays. The story follows the protagonist played by Washington, an organization name Tenet’s operative and it revolves around him as he is tasked to prevent an impending World War III.
So far, the initial reactions of the film have been excellent, and fans were equally impressed as they were from his previous films such as Inception, Interstellar, etc. According to a report from Rotten Tomatoes, Tenet has received an approval rating of 80% and an average rating of 7.09.
The cast of the film includes John David Washington, Robert Pattinson (Neil), Elizabeth Debicki (Kat), Dimple Kapadia (Priya), Kenneth Branagh (Andrei Sator), Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Clémence Poésy (Barbara) and others.
Tenet is scheduled to release on 26th August 2020 in the UK and on 3rd September 2020 in the US.