Certain theaters are showing increased Tenet trailers before their screenings of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. Starring John David Washington, Michael Caine, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, and many others, Tenet is a project which was long-rumored to be in production, but the concept and area was virtually unknown until a short teaser for Tenet was published in August 2019.
Much more recently, a full-length Tenet trailer which depicted several shootings of term moving in reverse has been exhausted, imparting observers both some asks and more questions as to what the eventual scheme and floor of the Tenet film will be about. From references clambering up houses in reverse to inexplicable, shadowy the associations and a auto crashing and then un-crashing, the official Tenet trailer appears to be every bit as mind-bending as another of Christopher Nolan’s previous movies, Inception, if not even more so. Now, it’s beginning to look as if some theater-goers are seeing more of the movie’s preview than others.
According to a recent report by THR, adopt IMAX theaters are screening more than six minutes of Tenet ahead of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, a segment which eyewitnesses say feels very much like the prologue of the cinema. The sequence show is described as being focused around a terror crisis with the camera swapping between both sides of the conflict, with Tenet’s John David Washington probably speaking in code during a particular section.
This preview mirrors the same way Warner Brother has advertised Nolan’s previous films, with the prologues for both The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises appearing in front of films like I Am Legend and Mission: Inconceivable – Ghost Protocol. Apparently, after the short-lived segment involving the terror attack( which THR reports some are saying mirrors the 2002 Moscow movie theater hostage crisis) is concluded, the preview then switches paraphernaliums and becomes a montage featuring many other fires which were already show in Tenet’s official trailer, such as the aforementioned downwards vehicle crash.
From Interstellar to Memento, Christopher Nolan’s movies have always been on the experimental side. With everything viewers have been exposed to from Tenet, it searches as if this may be his most science fiction-focused movie hitherto, with unexplained era reversions occurring in nearly every frame find thus far. While impatient devotees will have to wait another half a year to find out just what exactly is going on in Tenet, if those same fans are going to see The Rise of Skywalker in IMAX then they might just be in for a little treat.
Source: The Hollywood Reporter
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