If you’re headed to see Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker IMAX, then you will be one of the lucky ones to get a glimpse at Tenet, the next blockbuster from director Christopher Nolan. The trailer for the new film will air exclusively on IMAX screens this weekend before the final film in the Star Wars saga.
A post from Reddit user ferb_derp outlines Tenet‘s IMAX trailer. But it’s not really just a trailer, it’s a prologue to the film and it’s nearly ten minutes long. The scene involves an American counter-terrorism unit who is called to a hostage situation in a Russian concert hall:
(POSSIBLE SPOILERS AHEAD)
“A summary for those who are interested:
We see a concert hall in Russia where some terrorists take the stage and take the auditory hostage. This is watched by a russian police unit who send in ‘the americans’. It seems to be some kind of counter-terrorisr unit. While the russian police fill a gas in the audience room that makes everyone pass out, the americans rescue someone who was watching the concert in some kind of v.i.p. area. The terrorists plant bombs and one of the americans decides to dismantle the bombs allthough it is not part of their orders. It is shown, that some gadgets can manipulate time, but it is not clearly shown how or why. He succeeds in a way and only the vip area is destroyed. They escape into a bus with their target, only to reveal that they have ‘the wrong guy’.
I’m sorry if this is kind of vague. The scene took about 10 minutes and everyone was rather annoyed because we waited for Star Wars.”
Tenet certainly has Nolan fans intrigued and many are hoping that this could be a sequel to the hit, Inception. We will find out soon enough!
Tenet will star John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, and Elizabeth Debicki. The cast will also include Dimple Kapadia, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Clémence Poésy, Michael Caine, Himesh Patel, and Kenneth Branagh.
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