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Sure-Oz 10:35 AM 05-22-2019
@LightsCameraPod: Christopher Nolan's next project is a spy-related movie titled 'Tenet'.

It will star John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, Michael Caine, Kenneth Branagh, Dimple Kapadia, Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Clémence Poésy.

The movie releases on July 17, 2020. https://twitter.com/LightsCameraPod/...014658/photo/1

https://variety.com/2019/film/news/c...gh-1203223474/

Casts Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Kenneth Branagh

By*JUSTIN KROLL

Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Kenneth Branagh will appear in*Christopher Nolan’s upcoming film, “Tenet.”
Clémence Poésy, Dimple Kapadia, Michael Caine are also joining the cast that includes John David Washington, Elizabeth Debicki, and Robert Pattinson.
“Tenet,” which is being filmed on location across seven countries, is an action epic evolving from the world of international espionage.
Nolan is directing from his own original screenplay and will use a mix of Imax and 70mm film to bring the story to the big screen.
Nolan and his wife, Emma Thomas are producing the movie, while Thomas Hayslip is serving as executive producer.

Nolan’s behind-the-scenes creative team includes director of photography Hoyte van Hoytema, production designer Nathan Crowley, editor Jennifer Lame, costume designer Jeffrey Kurland, and visual effects supervisor Andrew Jackson. The score is being composed by Ludwig Göransson.

Warner Bros. Pictures is distributing “Tenet” worldwide. It is scheduled to hit theaters on July 17, 2020.
“Tenet” is Nolan’s follow-up to the Oscar-nominated war drama “Dunkirk.” That film became a huge box office hit, collecting $526 million in ticket sales across the globe. It also earned Nolan his first directing Oscar. Nolan’s acclaimed arsenal of work also includes “The Dark Knight” trilogy, “Inception,” and “Interstellar.”
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Deberg_1990 07:24 PM 05-21-2020
New trailer just dropped. It’s now says just “Coming Soon” instead of July 17th.


We have two words for you: #Tenet trailer.

Not enough?

Three more: Coming to theaters. pic.twitter.com/u6pHgWA4Bk

— Fandango (@Fandango) May 22, 2020

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Sure-Oz 10:48 PM 05-21-2020
Originally Posted by Deberg_1990:
New trailer just dropped. It’s now says just “Coming Soon” instead of July 17th.


Yeah, this looks good. Pattinson looks like Bruce Wayne as a blonde.
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ShiftyEyedWaterboy 11:33 PM 05-21-2020
I'm trying to theorize a little here. What's the significance of the word "tenet?" It's a palindrome. It's spelled the same way forwards and backwards. A reference to the time inversion? The word also ends where it begins, in a sense, at t.

How about the definition? A tenet is a principle or belief. The woman in trailer 2 around 2:10 says, "The people of the future need us. They need a tenet." I'm not sure if she says "need a tenet" or "need tenet." If it's the former does she mean it literally? The people of the future need a principle/belief? Too similar to Inception? Or does tenet refer to a person? Technology? An organization? The Russian is the bad guy I take it?

Damn, I haven't been this pumped for a movie in a long time.
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sully1983 11:35 AM 05-22-2020
That was a great trailer! Hyped af for this one. Just wondering about the whole theaters situation
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KC_Connection 01:37 PM 05-22-2020
The trailers are showing up on Twitter ads now. The fact that they are ramping this up suggests they've made the decision to go ahead with this in the near future.

Seems an odd decision, though. I know there's no chance any Toronto theater is going to be open in July for me to watch this (which has to be one of the top 5 North American cities for movie $$$).
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Deberg_1990 11:52 AM 07-20-2020
Warner’s has now taken it off the release calendar. It might open on a country by country basis. Or even a city by city.


https://variety.com/2020/film/news/t...an-1234699068/

Warner Bros. has removed “Tenet” from its release calendar, delivering a big blow on the exhibition industry at a time when movie theaters had hoped to peg their re-opening to the late summer debut of Christopher Nolan’s sci-fi thriller.

Though necessary given the mass uncertainty over when cinemas across the globe can safely reopen, the decision further complicates Hollywood’s already bumpy plan to revive moviegoing. “Tenet” was originally scheduled to debut on July 17 but was pushed back twice until Aug. 12. It’s unclear when it will now welcome audiences, but the studio plans to share a new release date “imminently.”

“We will share a new 2020 release date imminently for Tenet, Christopher Nolan’s wholly original and mind-blowing feature,” said Warner Bros. chairman Toby Emmerich in a statement. “We are not treating Tenet like a traditional global day-and-date release, and our upcoming marketing and distribution plans will reflect that.”

The studio also announced that “The Conjuring 3” has been postponed to June 4, 2021. The eighth entry in Warner Bros.’ horror franchise was schedule to debut in theaters on Sept. 11. However, “The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It” was supposed to have additional shoots scheduled for April. Since production across the globe hasn’t been able to resume, it wouldn’t be ready in time for its target release date.

“Our goals throughout this process have been to ensure the highest odds of success for our films while also being ready to support our theater partners with new content as soon as they could safely reopen,” Emmerich said. “We’re grateful for the support we’ve received from exhibitors and remain steadfast in our commitment to the theatrical experience around the world. Unfortunately, the pandemic continues to proliferate, causing us to reevaluate our release dates.”

Sources at Warner Bros. stress that they will have to be flexible with its plans to release “Tenet,” which means it will not have a traditional theatrical rollout. Movie theaters overseas have already started to reopen, so there’s a chance it could launch internationally prior to a domestic release. That would be welcome news for exhibitors in Europe and Asia, two robust moviegoing markets that haven’t had a new Hollywood movie to entice audiences in months. In their plans to reopen, movie theater owners recently expressed concern to Variety that the global box office has all but been “forgotten” by U.S. studios. Previous films from “Nolan” have earned more than 50% of box office revenues from theaters overseas.
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tk13 12:05 PM 07-20-2020
It's going to be interesting to see if they actually say screw the US and just go ahead and release it in these other countries. They'd probably still make a lot of money but it might increase the odds of a leak before it ever shows up in US theaters.
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Pants 01:38 PM 07-20-2020
I want to see this in the theater so bad, you guys. :-)
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DaneMcCloud 01:44 PM 07-20-2020
Originally Posted by tk13:
It's going to be interesting to see if they actually say screw the US and just go ahead and release it in these other countries. They'd probably still make a lot of money but it might increase the odds of a leak before it ever shows up in US theaters.
Movies are generally leaked online less than 24 hours after release, so I doubt that will factor into their decision.
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Deberg_1990 02:59 PM 07-20-2020
Originally Posted by DaneMcCloud:
Movies are generally leaked online less than 24 hours after release, so I doubt that will factor into their decision.
Yep. If they open it overseas Before the US, they might as well go the VOD route in the US.
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Sure-Oz 06:25 PM 07-20-2020
Man I miss the movies.
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Sorry 06:59 PM 07-20-2020
im hoping by Oct-Nov movies start a soft opening...
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BWillie 08:30 PM 07-22-2020
I guess I'll finally get around to watching Dunkirk as a replacement, even though the previous just make me not want to watch it. Seems like a war movie that's been done 100 times.
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DJ's left nut 08:48 PM 07-22-2020
Originally Posted by Sure-Oz:
Yeah, this looks good. Pattinson looks like Bruce Wayne as a blonde.
Wait.

Can Pattinson....actually act? Like, that's a thing now?

Huh. Didn't expect that.

I'm hit or miss on Nolan. Respect the hell out of his abilities but I liked Dunkirk so much more than anything else he's ever done. Because it's grounded. And somehow the Batman trilogy is the 2nd most grounded thing he's done and that's 2nd on my list (with Batman Begins being my favorite of that trio, probably the least bombastic).

Nolan, when left to his own devices, is just out there. And when the trailer started and it was looking like "Nolan does James Bond" I was thinking it was probably amazing.

But then he went Nolany again and sometimes he just ends up...well...up his own ass a little bit. And the quality of his filmmaking gets lost in the weirdness of his story.

But it is what it is. It'll almost certainly still be good. I just wish it was a little less esoteric.
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Bill Brasky 11:08 AM 07-24-2020
I'm somewhat surprised that a company hasn't swooped in to open drive in theaters. This seems like a no-brainer because there will be high risk people who won't go to the theaters this fall even if they do open.
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