A second trailer for Christopher Nolan’s mysterious new movie Tenet has been launched, giving extra clues about its complicated time travel narrative.
Unlike the teaser trailer launched in December, nevertheless, the brand new promo doesn’t finish with affirmation of the movie’s scheduled 17 July launch date.
The trailer as a substitute merely states it is going to be “coming to theaters” [sic].
The three-minute trailer was launched on in style online game Fortnite earlier than being made out there elsewhere.
Cinemas world wide are closed as a result of coronavirus pandemic and it’s unclear when they may reopen.
Earlier this month the CEO of the Vue chain expressed hopes it is going to be in a position to reopen its cinemas in July.
The Showcase cinemas chain mentioned it was additionally “working towards” welcoming again prospects firstly of that month.
According to Fortnite writer Epic Games, the concept to launch the trailer within the sport “came from a phone call with Christopher Nolan”.
“We were all talking about our love of seeing new trailers in a THEATER and how sad we were that we can’t do that right now – but how maybe this could be the next best thing,” tweeted its artistic director Donald Mustard.
It has additionally been introduced that one among Nolan’s earlier characteristic movies will likely be screened inside the sport later this 12 months.
The British director’s different movies embody Inception, Interstellar and the Oscar-winning World War II movie Dunkirk.
He additionally directed the three movies within the so-called Dark Knight trilogy – Batman Begins, The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises.
According to Tenet’s distributor Warner Bros, his new movie is “an action epic evolving from the world of international espionage”.
Its stars embody John David Washington from Spike Lee’s BlacKkKlansman, Twilight’s Robert Pattinson and Sir Kenneth Branagh.
According to the brand new trailer, Sir Kenneth – who additionally appeared in Dunkirk – performs a “Russian national” who can “communicate with the future”.
The trailer sees a personality use the phrase “inversion” alongside scenes during which occasions seem to play out in reverse.
The trailer contains a automotive chase during which autos move each backwards and forwards, close-combat fights and pictures of a aircraft crashing right into a hangar.
“This reversing of the flow of time,” Washington’s character is heard saying. “Doesn’t us being here now mean it never happened?”
“This is Christopher Nolan’s world and we’re just living in it,” tweeted one other impressed commentator.
Tenet’s personal Twitter web page states categorically that the movie will likely be “coming to theaters” on 17 July.
That will likely be reassuring to cinema operators following the choice of some distributors to bypass theatrical distribution and launch their movies immediately on-line.
Universal launched Trolls World Tour on-line in April, whereas Sir Kenneth’s movie model of Eoin Colfer’s Artemis Fowl novel will premiere on the Disney+ streaming service subsequent month.
Before the coronavirus disaster induced cinemas and different leisure venues to shut their doorways, the movies had been scheduled to open theatrically in April and May respectively.