“Tenet” and “Fortanite” became a potential pair on Thursday night.
Christopher Nolan’s upcoming thriller has teased more action and time-sensitive mysteries in a new trailer released in the hugely popular war royal video game.
Not much is known about the film, which is Nolan’s first directed feature since 2017’s “Dunkirk”. It follows a team of undercover agents who have been working to prevent World War III and have been seen using the ability to turn the clock in their missions.
The trailer showed large action set pieces in several countries, including driving through a building in a burning accident, including a Boeing 747. Several of the characters mention saving the “people of the future we need” and how they need to “reverse the flow of time”.
The film also stars John David Washington and Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicky, Dimple Kapadia and Nolan’s co-star Michael Kane. Kenneth Branagh, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Clemens Posey, Himesh Patel, Denzil Smith, Martin Donvan and Sean Avery the
The trailer made no mention of the July 17 release date, but Nolan was a vocal supporter of keeping the movie theaters alive in the midst of the Karnavirus epidemic. It appears that he and Warner Bros. are planning his current release. Many cinemas across the country are closed, but several states are trying to reopen them and secure them for customers to return in the coming months.
Most big-budget blockbusters, such as “Wonder Woman 1984,” “Black Widow,” “Mulan,” and “Fast and Furious 9,” have delayed their release, but “Tenet” is holding on to its initial release. Other movies like Disney’s “Hamilton,” “Scoob,” “The Lovebirds,” and “Artemis Foul,” have completely avoided theaters on streaming platforms or videos as needed.
The dramatic “Fortnight” premiere could soon become a new Hollywood trend. “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” recently debuted a trailer before its launch into the game, and artists Travis Scott and Marshmallow attracted millions of fans to their virtual concert. Scott’s in-game performance last month drew more than 12.3 million contemporary viewers.