Covid-19 has put the movie industry on hold for a significant portion of the year, but hopes are high that Christopher Nolan’s TENET can tempt movie-goers out.
As cinemas begin to open their doors to movie-goers, the big-screen release of Christopher Nolan’s new film, TENET, could provide the motivation needed to tempt the public into multiplexes once more.
Nolan’s movies are more than just an hour or two of entertainment. They’re cinematic experiences, and the decision not to release TENET via video-on-demand during the height of the current global pandemic is justified. It’s a film that needs to be experienced on the big screen.
The release of a final trailer for TENET marks a significant milestone in societal recovery in light of the global pandemic. Something to get excited about. Something to attend outside the near proximity of our homes. An event.
John David Washington stars in this sci-fi, time-travelling espionage epic as ‘the Protagonist’. His ability to harness ‘time inversion’ is vital in a plight to prevent a Russian oligarch with precognition abilities, from starting World War III.
A star studded cast includes Robert Pattinson, Kenneth Branagh and Michael Caine. TENET hits limited UK cinemas on August 26th and US movie theatres from September 3rd. Check IMdB for other regions.