With Tenet’s struggles to break even and Wonder Woman 1984 rescheduled for Christmas, Marvel fans might have to wait for Eternal’s to watch superheroes on the big screen
The summer of 2020 will be remembered as the toughest time in Hollywood’s history. With the constant rise in popularity of streaming platforms and theatres shut since March, the rather bleak health of the theatre business is in more danger than ever before. While studio executives and theatre owners wonder what the new movie-going experience will be like, everyone is watching the release of Christopher Nolan’s Tenet closely – the first big test of Big Cinema.
Christopher Nolan is the rare breed of filmmakers who believe in making cinema only for the theatres. In the age of rapid consumption of more and more screen time, Nolan’s lucid ideas spin magic on the big screen in the briefest span. ‘Time’ is one of Nolan’s favourite cinematic subjects and also the theme of his directorial next, Tenet.
Touted as Nolan’s most ambitious film of his career, there are certain things which definitely make Tenet a remarkable film in its own way. Nolan filmed Tenet while keeping its storyline under lock and key.
“All I have for you is a word, ‘Tenet’.” The second trailer to Christopher Nolan’s upcoming movie Tenet has been released, and it has revealed the mysterious concept on which the movie is based. Try to write “Tenet” backwards, and…