- The trailer options extra motion and mind-bending scenes
- It additionally encompasses a glimpse of Dimple Kapadia
- Tenet is slated to open in theatres on July 17 this 12 months
Christopher Nolan is again once more with a brand new trailer of his time-twisting story, Tenet. 5 months after releasing the primary trailer of the movie, the critically-acclaimed filmmaker dropped the second trailer on Friday and it’ll make you extra curious in regards to the movie. Tenet options John David Washington and Robert Pattinson in lead roles alongside Clemence Poesy, Elizabeth Debicki, Dimple Kapadia, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Michael Caine and Kenneth Branagh. The brand new trailer of Tenet, which is alleged to be set on the earth of espionage, would not reveal too many spoilers however provides a broader view of John David and Robert Pattinson’s plan to forestall a menace that’s “a lot worse” than the “nuclear holocaust,” i.e “World Battle 3.” It focuses extra on John David’s character, who learns to govern time to save lots of the world. The trailer options extra motion and mind-bending scenes, considered one of which exhibits John David firing a bullet, solely to later discover out that he did not shot the bullet, he caught it.
It additionally encompasses a glimpse of Dimple Kapadia, who will be seen saying: “There are individuals sooner or later who want us, who want Tenet.” The trailer ends with John David and Robert Pattinson speaking about crashing a airplane, not within the air however on the bottom. It may be stated that the brand new trailer solutions numerous questions on “World Battle 3” that crossed our thoughts after watching the primary trailer like “the place” and “how” however the thriller round “when” nonetheless stays unanswered.
Take a look at the trailer of Tenet right here:
Tenet is a thriller written and directed by Christopher Nolan, who is understood for his mind-blowing work in critically acclaimed movies corresponding to The Status, Interstellar and Memento. The movie is shot in seven nations throughout three continents, including India, Denmark, Estonia, Italy, Norway, the UK, and the US.
Tenet is slated to open in theatres on July 17 this 12 months.