June 24th, 2020 / No Comments

Sneak Peek at Robert Pattinson in The Making of Tenet


I09 exclusively shared a sneak peek into The Secrets of Tenet: Inside Christopher Nolan’s Quantum Cold War book by James Mottram. The book is out on the same day as the film (31 July 2020) and offers “insights into all aspects of Tenets creation including an “in-depth commentary from Christopher Nolan himself and a range of other key collaborators.” Insight Editions have provided us with the press material which you can click on below (UHQ).

The first spread is the start of chapter two and talks a bit about casting non-traditional leads, which, we now know, ended up being John David Washington and Robert Pattinson.

Spread two is from about 70 pages past that and has storyboards, and the on-set photos, of some kind of action scene that involves a fire truck and two other massive vehicles. Spread three has some text explaining that a scene where Washington and Pattinson’s characters jump out of a building was shot practically, with the actual actors. They were on safety rigs and only did part of it but, still, it’s them.

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Here are cropped versions of the new photos containing Rob:

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Preorder from Amazon – USA or Australia. It can also be preordered from The Book Depository

June 23rd, 2020 / 2 Comments

Robert Pattinson Talks about first meeting with Christopher Nolan

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Rob spoke to EW about his first meeting with Christopher Nolan – hmmm wonder what chocolates they were. From EW:

“I was in London at the beginning of last year and had kind of absolutely nothing going,” Pattinson told EW in the course of an interview for this month’s Tenet cover story. “So, I was panicking about that when out of nowhere there was a call to say, ‘Do you want to come back to LA?’ [I] went to meet him, and we kind of talked for three hours, and I have no idea what I’m meeting for, what the subject is. I was actually going back through his filmography to kind of try and predict what sort of genre he would go into next. And then, after hours of talking, he finally kind said in the last two minutes, ‘So, I’ve been writing this thing and would you like to come back and read it?'”

Even so, Pattinson was concerned that he might have messed up his chances of working with Nolan, having committed what he feared was a chocolate-based faux pas.

“There was this pack of chocolates on the table,” the actor said. “I had a massive blood sugar drop by the end of this conversation. I thought I was going to pass out because we’d been talking so much. I was trying to concentrate so much. Finally, I asked for one of the chocolates and he immediately ended the meeting. I was like, oh my god, I f—ed it up.”

Christopher Nolan then had this to say when talking about Rob’s character “Neil” in Tenet:

Rob plays a character called Neil in the film — or we think may be called Neil,” said Nolan. “You never really quite know what’s going on with these identities. But he’s the very definition of a fantastic supporting character. He’s a very important character to this film, but he’s very much in support of John David’s character.”

June 20th, 2020 / No Comments

Robert Pattinson, John David Washington & Elizabeth Debicki | EW Tenet Special


Here’s the full Tenet edition from EW. I do love this little snippet from Rob:

“I’ve been desperately trying to not get fat. It’s just impossible. I watched the Tony Robbins documentary [I Am Not Your Guru] and got obsessed about those mini trampolines. I’ve spent a lot of time on a mini trampoline.”

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June 18th, 2020 / No Comments

Christopher Nolan sends message to CineEurope Conference Attendees about Tenet

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We all know that Christopher Nolan is a huge advocate for people to return to cinemas to watch films, and more importantly Tenet. Deadline reported that the following message was provided to the attendees at the CineEurope conference held online to discuss distribution and exhibition in the post COVID-19 world. This is what Chris had to say:

We’re in the final throes of it. I don’t want to say too much about it other than we’re extraordinarily excited about what we’ve been able to do with this material. I think of all the films that I’ve made, this is perhaps the one that is most designed for the audience experience, the big screen experience. This is a film whose image and sound really needs to be enjoyed in your theaters on the big screen and we’re very very excited for you to see what it is we’ve done. We’ve made big films in the past, but this is a film whose global reach and level of action is beyond anything we’ve ever attempted before. I think we only would have been able to pull off this film with the level of experience we’ve had doing action films in the past. The movie has an incredible ensemble cast led by John David Washington who gives the most extraordinary and iconic performance as the protagonist at the heart of Tenet and I cannot wait for you guys to see what he’s done with his character. I’m very much looking forward to sharing the film with you. I’m going to get back to finishing it right now and I look forward to your reaction.”

June 18th, 2020 / No Comments

Hamilton Watch the official Watch for Robert Pattinson Tenet

Hamilton Watches collaborated with Christopher Nolan (again) to become the official watch for Tenet. From Hokindee:

Tenet is a film that has long been shrouded in mystery. The watch community has heard rumblings of Hamilton’s involvement in the film, but there was nothing concrete – until now. Following their collaboration on 2014’s Interstellar, Christopher Nolan tasked Hamilton, yet again, with developing a unique watch for his newest film. What the brand came up with is a special edition version of one of its standard models: the Hamilton Khaki Navy BeLOWZERO Tenet Special Edition.

The watch is being offered in two variants – one with a blue seconds arrow, and the other a red seconds arrow – both with no date window. Each watch will come with special packaging, in either blue or red, designed specially by the film’s production designer. The word tenet being a palindrome (a word which reads the same forwards as it does backwards), each variant will be limited to 888 pieces. As of the time of this writing, Tenet is slated for a July 31 theatrical release, and the new limited edition watches will be released on July 1.

With the release of Tenet, Hamilton is giving people a chance to own this new watch before the film even comes out. While there isn’t much we know about how these watches will be used in the movie, Hamilton has said that they contain clues to the film’s narrative, with the blue and red color of the seconds-hand arrows being an important aspect of both lead characters, played by John David Washington and Robert Pattinson.

Click on link to read full article.

Thanks @Monsieur_HJ for heads up on article.

June 18th, 2020 / No Comments

Robert Pattinson, John David Washington and Elizabeth Debick on the Cover of Entertainment Weekly

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