Oh baby! Here’s a big, meaty, thick, throbbing trailer for Tenet. What’s the movie about? Uh, time traveling and doing spy shit. Outside of that? Not sure, but I’m in!
It’s here! Finally! The trailer for Nolan’s next movie, Tenet. It had been dropped in theaters this summer, but now the Powers That Market have finally seen fit to usher it onto the internet.
After the jump because it’s a fucking Twitter video.
As well, let me know what you think!
Christopher Nolan’s next movie is officially titled ‘Tenet’ and is an action-espionage thriller. Fuck yes!
Christopher Nolan’s next movie is officially titled Tenet, and it’s an action-espionage thriller. Okay, so if dude isn’t going to do Bond, this is a entirely worthy alternative.
The first full trailer for Nolan’s Dunkirk is here, folks. And it’s everything you’d expect from a trailer for a Nolan flick. Gorgeous cinematography. Cillian Murphy. Rousing music. I’m ready.
Want a couple of posters for Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk? Of course you do, dummy.
Don’t know what to make of Christopher Nolan’s trajectory. Dark Knight Rises was…good (?). I found Interstellar insufferable, but gorgeous. This trailer? Proves that if nothing else, Dunkirk will be as gorgeous as the latter. Really, as gorgeous as most of Nolan’s movies. All of his movies?
Want the plot synopsis for Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk? Here we go! Want set photos? Here we go!
Christopher Nolan is going to be producing an Akira trilogy. Maybe! And this is great news for an Akira adaptation! Until you remember that Christopher Nolan produced Man of Steel.
I fucking hated Interstellar. To the point where I wonder if Christopher Nolan has peaked. And yet! I can’t help but get excited when I hear he’s finished the script for his next project.
Ready Player One really isn’t that good of a book. (Though it’s enjoyable. Am I equivocating here? I guess.) However, it is a really enjoyable pastiche that pays homage to about 3,000 of my loves. So while I wasn’t blown away by the title, the content and the concept would certainly be awesome to see on the big screen. And Christopher Nolan directing it? Fuck yes. But I think this is more wishful thinking on WB’s part than anything else.