Christopher Nolan’s new movie has a title: What we know about ‘Tenet’

While the actress continues to essay interesting roles in films, she is making her way to Hollywood with none other than ace filmmaker Christopher Nolan.

While Nolan has previously filmed on large-format film stock, including IMAX sequences shot for Interstellar and his Batman movies, Tenet will be his second picture, after Dunkirk, to shoot entirely in 70 mm and IMAX, creating a higher resolution image that can be projected in a taller aspect ratio than standard 35 mm movies.

With production getting underway shortly for Christopher Nolan's forthcoming action epic, we now have a confirmed cast and a titled, along with a few more details. John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki were the first ones to join this film which is said to be an action epic evolving from the world of global espionage. We must say it is going to be an epic adventure what with the hype it is generating. They will join previously announced cast members, including Elizabeth Debicki, Robert Pattinson, and Tenet 's lead, John David Washington (BlacKkKlansman).

Title: Tenet is, by definition, "a principle or belief, especially one of the main principles of a religion or philosophy".

Aside from recent exceptions Dunkirk and Inception, Nolan generally co-writes his movie's scripts with brother Jonathan Nolan. We'll find out exactly where and why when Tenet opens in theaters on July 17, 2020.

As per reports, Tenet is Nolan's follow-up to his Oscar-nominated war drama Dunkirk that earned the noted filmmaker his first "Best Director" Oscar nomination.

Plot: Described as a globe-trotting adventure that dabbles in worldwide espionage with shades of the mind-bending Inception but also somehow involves the time continuum a la Interstellar, the short answer is that we still don't really know what Tenet is about.

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