‘Tenet’ final trailer unleashed, from dazzling to kaput this Christopher Nolan’ time bending espionage is ‘grandiosely enjoyable’

Tenet trailer has a lot of new footage with most of it moving back in time though that doesn’t mean Nolan’s film is any less bewildering. While Tenet is opening in many parts of the world between August and September after being delayed repeatedly.

The final Tenet trailer is out. With Christopher Nolan’s epic time bending espionage movie out in theatres in Europe and elsewhere next week, Warner Bros. has released a final three-minute look at Tenet. Set to Travis Scott’s new single for the Tenet soundtrack, “The Plan”, the final Tenet trailer has a lot of new footage with most of it moving back in time though that doesn’t mean Nolan’s film is any less bewildering. While Tenet is opening in many parts of the world between August and September after being delayed repeatedly.

Set to the tunes of Travis Scott’s original song, the over three-minute trailer doesn’t unravel more about the plot than has previously been apprised ,but offers glimpses at unseen action scenes, and more looks at Kenneth Branagh’s villain.

Tenet was shot on location across seven countries, including India. But the promotional material has so far not revealed too much about the film’s Mumbai portions, besides a couple of interactions and a rapelling sequence. Dimple Kapadia, however, makes an appearance in this trailer as well.

The filmmaker had previously described it as the most ambitious project of his career. “This film is not a time-travel film,” Nolan told Entertainment Weekly. “It deals with time and the different ways in which time can function. Not to get into a physics lesson, but inversion is this idea of material that has had its entropy inverted, so it’s running backwards through time, relative to us.”

The film stars John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, Dimple Kapadia, Martin Donovan, Fiona Dourif, Yuri Kolokolnikov, Himesh Patel, Clémence Poésy, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, with Michael Caine and Kenneth Branagh. It’ll be released where theatres are open on 3 September,20.

Check out the trailer here:

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