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Entertainment Did The New Bond Trailer Just Make A Sly Dig At 'Tenet'?

20:36  03 september  2020
20:36  03 september  2020 Source:   esquire.co.uk

Ludwig Göransson reveals Christopher Nolan's heavy breathing is part of 'Tenet' score

  Ludwig Göransson reveals Christopher Nolan's heavy breathing is part of 'Tenet' score Oscar-winning composer Ludwig Göransson has revealed that Christopher Nolan’s heavy breathing was incorporated into the score for Tenet. The 35-year-old told journalists at the Tenet press conference that he began work on the movie six months before cameras rolled, enabling the score to be assembled in tandem with the film. He said that guitars were a big part of the score, with distortion effects and manipulations used to create something entirely unique.

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At long (long, long, long) last the new – and, surely, final – No Time To Die trailer is here. Since the 25th James Bond film was first delayed in March, in response to the coronavirus crisis, this second teaser has been much-anticipated. Will we get any new footage? (Yes!) Will Ana de Armas make more than a fleeting appearance? (Yes!) And will we finally get a sense of what Phoebe Waller-Bridge's script punch-ups have brought to the franchise? (Maybe? A little bit!?)

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  In 'Tenet', John David Washington Is Bond Without The Baggage Christopher Nolan's spy blockbuster, which proclaims it's 'time for a new protagonist', has found the perfect man for the job This article contains mild plot details for TenetThe opening scene of Tenet takes place in an opera house in Kiev, Ukraine where chaos strikes. From out of the tumult our hero, or The Protagonist as we come to know him, emerges, a nameless man whose face we can't yet see as he leaps up stairs and across bodies. It is the first of many balletic action sequences which the character pulls off during its 151 breakneck minutes.

A new trailer for No Time To Die - James Bond 's 25th cinema outing - has been released online. The two-minute 34 second video ups the stakes for the long-awaited movie It kicks off with Bond narrowly avoiding being run down by a speeding car, before jumping from a viaduct and smashing into a wall.

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Intriguingly, it seems that the Bond bosses might have also slipped in a dig at 2020's other properly massive film. Tenet was originally supposed to land in the summer, a few months after Bond's March release date, but after the 007 film slid to the autumn, Christopher Nolan's mind-bending blockbuster snuck in as the first movie to open in cinemas post-pandemic. A ballsy move, undoubtedly, and one that appears to have been rewarded with a bumper global box office, before Tenet even starts showing in the US.

Daniel Craig wearing a suit and tie: James Bond trailer © Universal James Bond trailer

This gun-jumping launch has also inspired comparisons between Tenet – with its time-inverting spies and backwards car chases – and Bond, who some critics still see as a throwback to a different time, what with his tuxedos, women and normal, forwards car chases. It led to comparisons between John David Washington's frosty spy and Daniel Craig's rather more red-blooded 007, as well as suggestions that Nolan might be tapped to helm the next film in the franchise, and that his Tenet star, Robert Pattinson, could be the new James Bond, since Craig is hanging up his Walther PPK after No Time To Die.

Christopher Nolan's Tenet declared fresh on Rotten Tomatoes in first reviews

  Christopher Nolan's Tenet declared fresh on Rotten Tomatoes in first reviews Has Nolan hit another home run?The film features an all-star cast, led by BlackKklansman's John David Washington and including Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, Kenneth Branagh, Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Denzil Smith.

The second trailer features all the staples of a Bond movie: death-defying stunts, blazing guns, swooping aircrafts and plenty of smirking from star Daniel Craig as he plays 007 for the final time. Christopher Nolan’s equally long-awaited thriller Tenet also recently hit the big screen.

Warner Bros.' " Tenet ," a time-travel spy thriller, may not need to make a massive initial splash. Plus, Dergarabedian added, theaters in major markets like New York City are still closed. So if these markets eventually reopen, " Tenet " could get multiple box office bumps as the year goes on.

Has Barbara Broccoli been taking note? Has the studio, afforded some extra time in the editing suite, decided to side-eye those suppositions? A line in the new Bond trailer suggests so. After leaping off an viaduct, Bond pops up behind Lea Seydoux and growls: "The past isn't dead." Cue the MGM lion, the xylophone bonks, the prickling skin.

Is this Bond's counter to Tenet's the-past-is-the-future-is-the-past plot? Is it a rebuke to those who say that the 007 way of doing things doesn't make sense in 2020? Or is it just that we've been waiting six months for the biggest movie of 2020 and we're overanalysing every element? Who knows. Frankly, who cares. The past isn't dead. We just can't wait to find out why.

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Fan- Made : Tenet @IMAX Character Poster 2/3. In Belgium, you could see the prologue a day before the actual trailer went online. I saw it the day it went live and before the movie, there was no trailer . They are going to release a new trailer at the begin of May. That is always the case with Nolan movies.

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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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