Christopher Nolan Movie Tenet Debuts Latest Trailer in Fortnite

Brenda Watkins
May 22, 2020

It's unclear when the new Tenet trailer will be available outside of Fortnite, so you should tune in if you want to see it ASAP.

Despite the fact that the pandemic is still ongoing, the studio's still betting on Tenet releasing on the big screen.

Editor's Note: This article has the United States release date.

This is because the objective of the free film showing is basically to promote Tenet.

Vey little is actually known about the plot, but Tenet has been described as a film set within the world of global espionage.

Bold and nuts new trailer for Christopher Nolan's Tenet promises film will release in theatres 4

As expected, Nolan is keeping Tenet's story shrouded in mystery for the time being. Instead, we merely get a promise that it will release in theatres.

Christopher Nolan, the acclaimed director of The Dark Knight movie series, Inception, Dunkirk and Interstellar, has used Fortnite's pacifist-friendly Party Royale mode to show off the latest trailer for this next movie, Tenet.

There have been several reports mentioning that Tenet will include time travel. It is a mission to prevent World War II. It's a Chris Nolan movie, don't expect answers until you're in the cinema.

It was filmed across seven countries. And he's assembled one seriously stacked cast to do it all, led by John David Washington and Robert Pattinson, supported by Keneth Branagh, Elizabeth Debicki, Clémence Poésy, Michael Caine, and Aaron Taylor-Johnson.

Nolan, who wrote and directed the film, has called Tenet his greatest undertaking, with the budget somewhere in the $200 million range, making it one of the most expensive original films ever made.

How to Watch the Upcoming NASA SpaceX Rocket Launch Live
A capsule is generally simpler, and therefore safer, than a winged spaceship like the shuttle, Hurley and Behnken noted. This long streak will come to an end with the launch of SpaceX's Demo-2 on May 27 from historic launch pad 39A.

Other reports by

Discuss This Article

FOLLOW OUR NEWSPAPER