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Entertainment Tenet 2 – a sequel from Christopher Nolan could happen

03:00  03 september  2020
03:00  03 september  2020 Source:   msn.com

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" Tenet " finally hits theaters in the US this weekend after opening in Europe and multiple delays, as Warner Bros. has made good on director Christopher Nolan 's objective of allowing people to enjoy the film on a big screen.

The first teaser trailer for Christopher Nolan 's Tenet has some theorizing that an Inception sequel is on the way. It's also worth noting that comparisons to Inception in describing Tenet have been made numerous times in various outlets. So, could it be that Tenet takes place in the same world following

a close up of a man: Tenet 2 – it's just reached cinemas, but could Christopher Nolan's spy thriller get a sequel? A key line sets it up, so here's what a follow-up could look like. © Melinda Sue Gordon - Warner Bros. Tenet 2 – it's just reached cinemas, but could Christopher Nolan's spy thriller get a sequel? A key line sets it up, so here's what a follow-up could look like.

Tenet 2 might seem like an unlikely thing given that Christopher Nolan doesn't tend to do sequels, but there's something in Tenet that is stopping us ruling it out entirely.

The movie sees John David Washington's Protagonist thrown into a unique world of time inversion in order to stop a plot that will likely destroy humanity as we know it. Classic spy stuff, really.

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Are Christopher Nolan films really deep and complex or does he dazzle his audiences into believing they've witnessed something profoundly meaningful? I don’t know, but I could imagine it being an indirect sequel that takes place in the world of Inception , but has no relevance to the events of the film.

A new theory by our buddies over at Screen Rant suggests that Christopher Nolan ’s new mindfuck Tenet could be a secret sequel to Nolan ’s masterpiece Inception. The site gives reasons like the Tenet tech could be from the same world as Inception, Robert Pattinson’s Tenet character is similar

Nolan has plenty of tricks up his sleeve as the intricate plot plays out during Tenet that encourages repeat viewings, and there's one particular revelation that has started us thinking that we could get a sequel.

But to explore it, we have to go into some major spoilers, so seriously, don't read on unless you've already seen Tenet.

a man holding a glass of water: Tenet, robert pattinson, john david washington © Warner Bros. Tenet, robert pattinson, john david washington

During Tenet, it's revealed that Neil (Robert Pattinson) – who the Protagonist seemingly brings into the mission to save the world – has actually been involved with it long before the Protagonist has.

And what's more, Neil was actually recruited into the Tenet organisation by the Protagonist, only that happens in the Protagonist's future. It seemingly confirms that Neil has mostly been moving backwards through time, all in order to help the Protagonist save the world.

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Christopher Nolan 's next film, Tenet , has recently begun filming shortly after announcing its cast. The release date, July 2020, will mark three years since Given this is Christopher Nolan , who has done exceedingly well in the past crafting mysteries (for proof of that, go rewatch Memento), we can expect

The whole mission in Tenet has been a "temporal pincer" strategy, likely set up by the Protagonist in the future, with Neil part of the team that were moving backwards.

That means Neil has known the Protagonist for a long time and at some point in the Protagonist's future, he'll come across a younger version of Neil who he recruits into the organisation, potentially because he knows he always did.

Think of their relationship as similar to the Doctor and River Song's relationship in Doctor Who. Any time they met up, both of them were at different stages in their own personal timeline.

Like River Song too, Neil doesn't give the Protagonist any spoilers: "We get up to some stuff."

a man standing in front of a bus: Tenet, Robert Pattinson, Joh David Washington © Warner Bros. Tenet, Robert Pattinson, Joh David Washington

It's that line which, if Nolan wants to, could be used to create a follow-up to Tenet as there's plenty about the Protagonist and Neil's relationship that we just don't know yet, or the Tenet organisation as a whole.

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The new three-minute trailer for Christopher Nolan 's Tenet is here, and in the time-honoured Nolan fashion it's left everyone with more questions than answers. There's a lot to unpack there, but one of the bubbling theories when the first Tenet trailer dropped was that this would be a kind-of sequel to

Director Christopher Nolan ’s “ Tenet ” finally arrives in theaters Friday, and watching it one thing is immediately clear: Warner Bros. couldn’t find a Nolan ’s most irritating choice is to name John David Washington’s leading man The Protagonist. Are we in Physics or Lit Class, Chris ? He’s a CIA agent

We know it's set up in the future and we assume it's the Protagonist who sets it up, perhaps as a response to what he knows will happen with Sator and the other people in the future, who want to use time inversion to destroy the world.

It's a rich area that Nolan could explore and flesh out, and he could do it through the Protagonist and Neil. Instead of the Protagonist being the fish out of water, you could have Neil's recruitment into Tenet that forms the basis of another story.

And who wouldn't want another movie of John David Washington and Robert Pattinson undertaking another timey-wimey spy mission?

Nolan has made no secret of how Tenet is his take on a James Bond movie, so he could even think of a sequel like how the Bond series works. It could be just another mission for the Tenet organisation with returning characters.

John David Washington, Robert Pattinson are posing for a picture: Tenet, Robert Pattinson, Joh David Washington © Warner Bros. Tenet, Robert Pattinson, Joh David Washington

However, before we get too excited about a return to the mind-bending world that Nolan created in Tenet, it's worth looking at his career to date.

Aside from his Dark Knight trilogy, Nolan has never returned to a world and preferred instead to focus on original movies. Often, his movies have left unanswered mysteries to ponder – think Inception and its spinning top final shot.

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Christopher Nolan 's " Tenet " is more than a movie. It's the spark that cinemas are counting on to ignite a moviegoing revival. The science-fiction epic that’s shrouded in secrecy isn’t just hotly anticipated because it’s the latest film from Christopher Nolan , the preeminent practitioner of a certain kind of

So just because Tenet only really scratches the surface of the world and hints at other adventures, it doesn't mean that Nolan necessarily plans to return to the world to fill in the gaps.

Perhaps in the weeks to come when he talks more about Tenet, we'll get a sense of whether a sequel or follow-up is something he'd consider or if, like Inception and Interstellar, it's a one-and-done thing.

We'd love to see another Tenet movie, but right now, our feeling is that Nolan would prefer to keep the mystery.

Tenet is out now in UK cinemas and is released in US cinemas from September 3.

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It's all about the palindrome.Tenet is the movie on everyone's mind at the moment.

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