Christopher Nolan’s New Flick Finally Gets a Name

Christopher Nolan, 71st Cannes Film Festival, France, May 2018. Photo by Matt Baron/REX/Shutterstock (9669054l)

We’re all going to see Tenet in July 2020.

What’s that, you ask?

It is Christopher Nolan’s new film, which officially has a title.

The Dark Knight filmmaker has always remained incredibly secretive about his films until they’re on screen (and even then not everyone gets them — hello, Inception) and his latest offering is not any different.

Nolan himself wrote the screenplay, which allegedly revolves around the world of international espionage. The global theme is emphasized by filming taking place in seven different countries.

While the plot remains a mystery, the cast has not.

John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, and Elizabeth Debicki already form part of the famous names on the film, with Clémence Poésy, Aaron-Taylor Johnson, and Dimple Kapadia also featuring.

Nolan will once again be teaming up with Kenneth Branagh, whom he directed in his last film, Dunkirk, as well as old favorite Michael Caine. This will be Caine and Nolan’s eighth film together.

Filming on Tenet is currently underway, with the feature set for release on July 17th, 2020.