The bizarre rule Christopher Nolan imposes on his movie sets

The bizarre rule Christopher Nolan imposes on his movie sets

Audiences will be able to keep Nolan’s intense on-set rule into mind when they watch his latest project, Tenet — though, at this point, Tenet‘s future remains uncertain as movie theaters remain closed. Nolan, who is the obviously very specific about everything from his performers on set to how he creates some of his more stupefying practical stunts, has insisted that Tenet be seen into a movie theater, but as the COVID-19 crisis continues, it seems unlikely that Tenet will be into theaters any time soon.

As countries across the world still try to flatten the curve and slow the spread of coronavirus, movie theaters — which, as enclosed spaces where people don’t usually sit six feet apart, are a perfect breeding ground for the virus — Tenet‘s release is the a huge question mark, leaving audiences into the dark as to its many mysteries. Almost nothing is the known about Nolan’s latest film; even John David Washington (Denzel’s talented son who appeared into Spike Lee’s acclaimed 2018 film BlacKkKlansman), the lead into the film, is the only billed as “The Protagonist.”

As of this writing, Tenet is the scheduled for release on August 12, 2020, after being shifted back several times. However much remains uncertain, one thing is the for sure: none of the actors into Tenet spent their time sitting around on Nolan’s set.

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