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First Official Trailer Debuts for Christopher Nolan's Next Movie 'Tenet'

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December 19, 2019
Source: YouTube

Tenet Teaser Trailer

"All I have for you is a word: Tenet. It'll open the right doors. Some of the wrong ones, too…" Warner Bros has unveiled the first full trailer for Christopher Nolan's new movie, Tenet. There's also an extended Nolan prologue for Tenet playing in IMAX in front of Star Wars. No one entirely knows what Tenet is about yet, though it's said to be a sci-fi action movie on a global scale, involving time travel and the world of espionage. John David Washington stars, with one hell of an ensemble cast including Robert Pattinson, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Elizabeth Debicki, Kenneth Branagh, Clémence Poésy, Dimple Kapadia, Yuri Kolokolnikov, and of course Michael Caine. This is an enticing, mesmerizing first look - a lot to process, many different locations. What exactly is happening? Is he in the afterlife? Is time going backwards? Enjoy.

Here's the first official trailer (+ teaser poster) for Christopher Nolan's Tenet, direct from WB's YouTube:

Tenet Poster

For more info and updates on Nolan's Tenet, follow @TENETFilm or @wbpictures. Visit the official website.

No plot synopsis has been revealed yet. The project is described as an action movie epic revolving around the world of international espionage. Tenet is the latest movie directed by visionary British filmmaker Christopher Nolan, director of the movies Following, Memento, Insomnia, Batman Begins, The Prestige, The Dark Knight, Inception, The Dark Knight Rises, Interstellar, and Dunkirk previously. The screenplay is also written by Christopher Nolan (himself). Produced by Emma Thomas and Christopher Nolan. Featuring cinematography by Hoyte Van Hoytema, and music by Ludwig Göransson. Warner Bros will release Nolan's Tenet in theaters everywhere starting on July 17th, 2020 next summer. First impression? You intrigued?

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20 Comments

1

Ooooooooooooooo my

Jon Odishaw on Dec 19, 2019

2

While I enjoy many of his movies, Interstellar & Dunkirk were disappointments for me, so hoping for something special for Tenet

Tester on Dec 19, 2019

3

My Body Is READYYYY!!!!

Oblique on Dec 19, 2019

4

I want to know more now, but at the same time I want to know as little as possible before seeing the movie. Can't wait.

Efterklang on Dec 19, 2019

5

Facts, once I see the prologue in theaters, that'll be the last piece of info I want to have on this film before seeing it outright.

Nethanel DeCarmo on Dec 19, 2019

6

I like your thinking.

LightningB on Dec 20, 2019

7

Interesting and visually stunning.

Lewis on Dec 19, 2019

8

He has craft, no question about it. And his films are spectacular. So, I'll enjoy seeing this. But after some time, nothing too substantial is happening in them. Except, maybe, Prestige was great ...

shiboleth on Dec 19, 2019

9

He has craft, no question about it. And his films are spectacular. So, I'll enjoy seeing this. But after some time, nothing too substantial is happening in them. Except, maybe, Prestige was great ...

shiboleth on Dec 19, 2019

10

That actor is having a helluva career.

DAVIDPD on Dec 19, 2019

11

"That actor"? Which one? John David Washington? Son of Denzel Washington, who broke out with Spike Lee's BlacKkKlansman. Or Robert Pattinson, an extremely talented actor who has proven Twilight was the worst of his career as he gets better and better with every role? Haha.

Alex Billington on Dec 19, 2019

12

The former. You have to realize most people will just know him from BALLERS. Not every one knows every leading actor in Hollywood. For many people he is still not a "name".

DAVIDPD on Dec 19, 2019

13

For sure, just wondering which one you meant. I think he'll be pretty well known after this one.

Alex Billington on Dec 19, 2019

14

You can throw me in that boat. I was not aware of him before this but now that I know who he is, excited to see him in this. Looks like he's earned this opportunity and anxious to see what he does in this role.

LightningB on Dec 21, 2019

15

I always look forward to Nolan's films, but one thing that drives me crazy about them is the annoying switching from 2.35 ratio to Imax. Nothing pisses me off more than when I'm set up to project 2.35 and halfway through 2/3's of the image is cutoff. We get it, bigger is better and biggest is best, just stop this nonsense and pick a format.

Charles Knowlton on Dec 19, 2019

16

My God what is he up to this time. This trailer drove me nuts !!! If there was any doubt of the most anticipated movie of 2020, now there isn't. I believe in Christopher Nolan.

aleks_989 on Dec 19, 2019

17

Well, I'm not a Nolan fan and this trailer did nothing to change that. I don't get casting the Washington son as the lead as he's not really shown he has the talent or the charisma or whatever to pull a whole film. I didn't find him interesting and could not finish the Spike Lee film he was in. Bad casting in my eyes, but goo luck to him. He was born with a silver spoon in his mouth, but he ain't his Dad...who has talent and charisma to spare.

thespiritbo on Dec 19, 2019

18

Ooh, Nolan tackles the time travel genre? I guess it was just a matter of...... time (badum-tish!). Seriously though, playing with time has been in many of his flicks from Memento to Inception to Interstellar, so why not? It's Nolan in very familiar territory (unlike his last film, which I found more daring for him, and I found successful), so for me it'll probably be a fun watch on the big screen, but not something that'll stick with me. Also, I gotta remark that the poster really looks like a mash up of the posters for Triangle (2009) and Coherence (2013), two thrillers that also featured time travel, and did so in an inventive way.

Terry Craig on Dec 23, 2019

19

Ooh, Nolan tackles the time travel genre? I guess it was just a matter of...... time (badum-tish!). Seriously though, playing with time has been in many of his flicks from Memento to Inception to Interstellar, so why not? It's Nolan in very familiar territory (unlike his last film, which I found more daring for him, and I found successful), so for me it'll probably be a fun watch on the big screen, but not something that'll stick with me. Also, I gotta remark that the poster really looks like a mash up of the posters for Triangle (2009) and Coherence (2013), two thrillers that also featured time travel, and did so in an inventive way.

Terry Craig on Dec 23, 2019

20

Fascinating... Don't know quiet what to make of this one. But I am interested tho.

JohnDoeB on Dec 27, 2019

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