April 12th, 2021 / No Comments

Tenet Receives Nominations for various 2020 Awards



Tenet won the BAFTA award for Special Visual Effects

Tenet also won Fantasty Feature film at the 25th Art Directors Guild Awards.

More nominations for Tenet after the cut

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April 10th, 2021 / No Comments

LAX Airport Shares Robert Pattinson BTS “Tenet” Film Info

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LAX Airport provided some background info on the filming of Tenet. I don’t think I realised that was LAX – clever.

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March 31st, 2021 / 1 Comment

Christopher Nolan’s 35 Best Shots According to IndieWire

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IndieWire posted an article of 35 shots that define Christopher Nolan’s career and there are quite a few from Tenet including this BTS shot with Rob.

Post-Climax, โ€œTenetโ€

โ€œTenetโ€ is one of Nolanโ€™s busiest films when it comes to visuals. Thereโ€™s constant motion in the majority of frames to emphasize the narrativeโ€™s momentum forward and backward in time. No wonder itโ€™s such an effective choice to mark the end of the movieโ€™s climax with this expansive still shot of Aaron Taylor Johnson, John David Washington, and Robert Pattinson. Recalling the scope of Nolanโ€™s favorite filmmakers David Lean and Sergio Leone, the still feels almost otherworldly and suspended in time due to its vastness and the brownish, almost-apocalyptic hues of the color scheme. Itโ€™s at this point in the film where Nolan allows the viewer to start breathing again, and itโ€™s the perfect image to exhale on.

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March 27th, 2021 / No Comments

IndieWire Explain Why There is No #Tenet Oscar Campaign


IndieWire have provided an explanation on why there is no Tenet campaign and as they explain we don’t have to look further than Christopher Nolan. Below is an excerpt, but you can read the full article by clicking on the link:

“Tenet,โ€…has two Oscar nominations for VFX and Production Design. It received one Golden Globe nomination (composer Ludwig Goransson); five Critics Choice craft nominations; sound editing, VFX and production design guild nominations; and one BAFTA nod, for Special Visual Effects. It has not won any to date.

Last summer, as all studios delayed their big-budget releases, Warners was ready to wait on โ€œTenet.โ€ Nolan was not. Driven by a fervor to release his baby and/or single-handedly save movie theaters, he campaigned the studio to release the film and made his ownย statementsย that positioned his glossy puzzle box as the make-or-break movie of the pandemic.

This wasnโ€™t Warnersโ€™ game plan. According to sources, the studio tried to calculate ideal theatrical release timing that would yield the most return on its investment. Distribution executives measured pandemic case rates against possible theater openings. This turned out to be a zero-sum game, but studio executives are also known to christen those gifted filmmakers who have global-brand bonafides as the smartest people in the room.

โ€œTenetโ€ scored strong overseas numbers, but middling reviews (Metascore: 69). Limited access to theater seats over the next six months led to disappointing box office ($363.3 million worldwide so far). As theaters reopened around the country last weekend, the movie sold out on some New York and Los Angeles screens (playing to 25 percent capacity), just in time to play for vaccinated Academy voters.

Itโ€™s too late for that. Back in November, a bruised Nolan told Warners to put money on extending its release, not an Oscar campaign. Warners put its โ€œTenetโ€ money into theaters where possible and published a Blu-ray as well as HD DVDs. Warners did not mail screeners to Academy members, did not plunk down $12,500 to upload the film on the Academy portal, placed no FYC ads, and mounted no digital screenings or Q&As.

After โ€œTenetโ€ received its two nominations March 15, Academy voters who clicked on the screening portal for links to the film saw that โ€œTenetโ€ was โ€œunavailable.โ€ That meant any Oscar voter would have to find a DVD or a theater playing the film, which reaches HBO Max May 1 โ€” six days after the Oscars ceremony April 25. It also means that Nolanโ€™s Oscar campaign ban was depriving his own top-tier craftspeople of career-buttressing support. A 69 Metascore is more than respectable; Oscar-winner โ€œBohemian Rhapsodyโ€ scored 49. โ€œTenetโ€ should have easily scored five or six nods.

Nolan finally relented; โ€œTenetโ€ will be uploaded to the Academy portal March 29. โ€œWhile we actively chose not to campaign the film,โ€ said one Warners source, โ€œat the filmmakerโ€™s request, we will be supporting the nominations by putting the film on the AMPAS platform and passing members through the theaters.โ€

March 24th, 2021 / 7 Comments

PRINT: Robert Pattinson “Tenet” Extends it’s LA & New York IMAX Release


From Collider:

Tenetย is extended its run in Los Angeles and New York IMAX locations until March 30, after the film received over more than 30 sold-out shows in recent weeks. With restrictions lifting to allow the opening of theaters in these two major markets,ย Tenetโ€™s late success in these two cities is a positive step for movie theaters. The sci-fi thriller opened in a limited capacity back in August of 2020 and has since been released to streaming services. But finally seeingย Christopher Nolanโ€™s latest on the big screen – as the director originally intended – is a huge boon for fans of the inventive director.

The press release went into more detail about the decision, including which theaters had sold out in New York and Los Angeles.

โ€œSince last weekend, ‘Tenet’ has racked up more than 30 sold out shows across both markets โ€” including near complete sellouts over the weekend of IMAX 70mm film locations AMC Lincoln Square in New York and AMC Universal City in Los Angeles. Five of eight Southern California screens sold out both Friday and Saturday night prime performances, including AMC Century City, Burbank, Universal City, Norwalk, and Ontario Mills. Both New York and Los Angeles theaters currently are limited to 25% capacity.โ€

March 5th, 2021 / No Comments

Robert Pattinson Nominated for Best Supporting Actor | Saturn Awards


The 46th annualย Saturn Awardsย unveiled nominations by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, the nonprofit that honors the yearโ€™s best in genre films, TV, home entertainment and theater and according to Deadline, Tenet received 9 nominations, one of which is for Rob for Best Supporting Actor. The other nominations are:

  • Best Science Fiction release
  • Best Actor (John David Washington)
  • Best Film Director (Christopher Nolan)
  • Best Screenplay (Christopher Nolan)
  • Best Film Editing (Jennifer Lame)
  • Best Film Production Design (Nathan Crowley)
  • Best Film Composer (Ludwig Goransson)
  • Best Film Visual/Special Effects (Andrew Jackson, Andrew Lockley, Scott Fisher, Mike Chambers)

Organisers are planning an awards ceremony later this year. I will update as soon as I know when.

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