Christopher Nolan’s intriguing new thriller, Tenet follows in the footsteps of some cinematic hippos – like interstellar, Startand The Dark Knight trilogy. And now that dogma the trailer just fell, that's all we know (for now).
The film takes place in the world of international espionage – and, of course, as in most Nolan films, there is a scientific twist in all of this: a little time travel.
Starring John David Washington (Denzel's son) and Robert Pattinson (new Batman), dogma The movie trailer teases without revealing too much of the plot. The duo seems to be part of some special operations group. They are entrusted with stopping the attack – "something worse" than a nuclear disaster, "to prevent a third world war."
From cars crashing back and forth in time to Washington and Pattinson running up the duo’s building stumbling after a shootout that “hasn't happened yet,” it may be Nolan’s most creative action movie ever Start,
The trailer also shows some of the incredible places around the world where the film was shot, including in Estonia, India, Denmark and Norway. Nolan told Entertainment weekly that the film “was shot in seven countries everywhere, with a huge cast and huge sets. Without a doubt, this is the most ambitious film we made. ”
Here's a look at the trailer:
Along with Washington and Pattinson, movie stars Elizabeth Debitzky, Dimple Kapadia, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Clemence Pauzy, and frequent Nolan collaborators Michael Kane (The Dark Knight trilogy, interstellar, Start) and Kenneth Branagh (Dunkirk)
Look at Washington and Debicki in film:
dogma will be released on July 17, 2020.
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