CHRISTOPHER NOLAN’S LATEST ‘TENET MOVIE’ OFFICIAL TRAILER IS DROPPED AND BIGGEST FILM YET IS READY FOR MOVIE THEATERS, IS GAINING ATTENTION FROM AROUND THE WORLD: HAVE A LOOK!!

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Tenet is an upcoming sci-fiction action, thriller movie. This movie is written and directed by Christopher Nolan. Christopher Nolan one of Hollywood’s biggest proponents of the theatrical experience, is the latest director to see his movie get the Fortnite treatment. The latest trailer for the upcoming movie Tenet debuted in Fortnite on Thursday. Although very little about the film is actually known, Tenet is described as a film set within the world of international espionage and the first trailer and marketing material for the movie has played up a concept in which time moves forward and backward hence the palindrome title.

The film is still slated for July 17th, according to new marketing material that appeared on Twitter after the trailer debuted. Nolan’s Tenet is not just one of Warner Bros, biggest movies of the year It’s also become a litmus test as to whether Hollywood Studios could start releasing their movies after facing a series of delays brought on by the Coronavirus pandemic.

The moves have caused strife with big theater chains like AMC and Regal as studios to reiterate their commitment to the theatrical model while also using this current unprecedented time to test new release plans with a budget north of $205 million, and several million more beings on advertising and marketing.

Nolan will reportedly receive 20% of Tenet’s first-dollar gross, which means he gets a percentage of the box office revenue beginning with the film’s release rather than when the movie finally turns a profit,

Christopher Nolan’s most recent movies have grossed at least $525 million at the global box office. If Tenet plays more like Interstellar $665 million and Inception $832 million he’s walking away with a stupefyingly large check. Given the prodigious budget, Tenet reportedly needs a domestic release of 3,500 theaters including major towns, New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco, and upwards of 30,000 screens worldwide.