Christopher Nolan reveals title of his new film, Tenet
It has been known for months now that Christopher Nolan is busy working on his next project after the cinematic extravaganza that was his last outing the in the director's chair, Dunkirk, but until now Nolan has been keeping the details of his next film under wraps.
However, Warner Bros. have now revealed that his next film will be an action/spy movie and unveiled its title: Tenet.
Written by Nolan himself, the film will reportedly be filmed across seven countries and is set feature a cast that includes Michael Caine, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Robert Pattinson, Eleizabeth Debicki, Kenneth Brannagh, Genius star Clémence Poésy and BlacKkKlansman's John David Washngton, with the latter reportedly in a starring role.
The studio also revealed that Nolan will be working with Black Panther composer Ludwig Göransson and Dunkirk cinematographer Hoyte van Hoytema on his latest project.
There's no information about the plot of the new film as yet, but Tenet is slated to arrive next summer and has been given a release date of July 17th 2020.