Famous director Christopher Nolan’s new movie Tenet, known for the Dunkirk, Inception and The Dark Knight trilogy, will surpass all the films of the director. In the film, which is already on the agenda with its ‘explosiveness’, a Boeing also gets its share from the collisions.

His famous films include Memento, The Prestige, Interstellar, Inception and the Black Knight trilogy, and famous British director Christopher Nolan is preparing to make a name for himself with his new film ‘Tenet‘. Nolan, who is known for his action scenes and major productions in his films, is preparing to turn all known things upside down once again with his new film.

Although what we know about Nolan’s new movie, Tenet, which has made a name with big-budget films, is limited, what we have seen from the first official trailer of the movie shows that Tenet will be the most ‘explosive’ movie of the director. Among other things, we see a Boeing 747 plane exploding by entering a building in the trailer. As far as we understand from the trailer, we see spies, time manipulation and sometimes wonderful scenes going backwards.

Here is the trailer of Christopher Nolan’s new movie Tenet:

Boeing 747 detonated in the film is literally detonated without any special effects or computer-generated imaging (CGI). In a recent interview, Nolan notes that this is the best alternative for production. When designing this scene at first, the director planned to shoot the plane with miniature sets and with the help of CGI, but decided that it would be more appropriate to take a real plane and shoot this scene in front of the camera, than to set up miniature sets and prepare this scene with the help of CGI.

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Only crash and burst scenes are not the biggest problem. At the same time, the actors involved in the action scenes were very difficult due to the shooting of these scenes. The movie’s star, John David Washington, says he doesn’t get out of bed at times and thinks he can’t afford to finish it in some weeks. Washington thought, ‘I’m going to die because of this.’

According to Nolan, Tenet will be the most action-packed movie ever. According to the director, it is only possible on a big screen to experience this movie in the best way. The closure of cinemas due to the COVID-19 pandemic may cause delay in this pleasure. IMAX CEO Richard Gelfond states that there is no one in the US who presses to open more cinemas than Christopher Nolan. Whether Tenet will be released on July 17, as previously explained, remains a matter of curiosity.

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