Nolan’s Tenet a sequel to Inception? The fan theories storming the internet.

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Fan theories are storming again speculating Christopher Nolan’s another ambitious project Tenet would be a secret sequel of one of his celebrated movie, Inception.

Warner Brothers recently released the teaser of Tenet with the theatrical screenings of Hobs and Shaw. however, the teaser is yet to release online and it is already caught the attention of the fans who believe the film would be a mere sequel of Inception.

Nolan is full of surprise and it was quite shocking even to see the teaser before a year of its scheduled date, July 17, 2020.

The teaser has not revealed much of the detail of the film and to speculate the actual idea behind the film. However, the tittle cards vouchsafe “Time has come for a new protagonist” and “Time has come for a new mission.”

Presumably, Nolan would go through a spectacular journey of post Inception universe and as the fan theory suggests the film will reconnect the recurrent dreams of Inception embedding it into the time travelling in Tenet.

The teaser and the official confirmation indicates that the film is “an action epic involving the world of international espionage.” The mystery surrounding the film is hard to solve and to provide a solid conclusion. Inception was itself an ambiguous film with an open ending. If Tenet is going to be the sequel of Inception, fans believe it would solve the inception complexities and give an insight of both the film in the same yet an extended universe.

The action-thriller is written, directed by Christopher Nolan, produced by Emma Thomas and Nolan himself, The casts include John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, Dimple Kapadia, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Clémence Poésy, Michael Caine, and Kenneth Branagh. 

The huge budget of $224 million film also ensembles the masterful cinema professionals such as Hoyte van Hoytema as director of photography, editor Jennifer Lame, production designer Nathan Crowley, costume designer Jeffrey Kurland, and VFX supervisor Andrew Jackson.

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