November 24th, 2020 / No Comments


The Wrap Includes “Tenet” in 10 Films that could dominate “Below the Line” Nominations | Oscars 2021

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The Wrap has listed 10 films they consider will feature in the “below the line” nominations in next year’s Oscars. I’m gathering below the line means sound, editing etc rather than mainstream awards for Best Movie, Best Actor etc etc. Here is why they think Tenet will be successful:

It’s not always necessary to pile up nominations in below-the-line and technical categories to do well at the Oscars, but it sure does help. Apart from “Green Book,” whose five nominations only included one BTL nod (for film editing), most big Oscar winners in recent years have also scored with the voters who make up most of the Academy membership: sound editors and mixers, visual effects artists, cinematographers, editors, designers, composers and the like.

Even after the two sound categories were merged into one earlier this year, below-the-line artistry is responsible for nine of the 23 Oscar categories, with directing, writing and acting responsible for seven.

“Tenet”
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If voters had been able to see “Tenet” in a theater, the way God and director Christopher Nolan intended, it’d be a slam dunk in many categories. On a smaller home screen, the sheer power of the visuals might occasionally be overshadowed by a nagging feeling that what’s going on is kind of incomprehensible. (I say this as someone who drove out of L.A. County to see the film in a socially-distanced theater, where I could be dazzled and forget about nitpicking.)

But Nolan’s track record is formidable and this is one of the only real Movie Movies in the running, so it’s hard to imagine below-the-line voters not recognizing the scale and virtuosity of what they’re seeing on screen — even if that scale is toned down a bit because of COVID.

Strongest categories: Editing, visual effects, cinematography, sound, production design

November 21st, 2020 / No Comments


“TENET” nominated in two categories for Inaugural Critics Choice Super Awards

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The Critics Choice Awards is holding its inaugural “Critics Choice Super Awards” honoring superhero, science fiction/fantasy, horror, action and animation movies and series. Tenet has been nominated in the following two categories:

Best Action Movie
Best Actor in an Action Movie – John David Washington

No category for best support meaning – no nominations for Rob, but there’s always 2022 for Best Actor in a Superhero movie.  The ceremony will air on The CW Network on Sunday, January 10, 2021 (8:00-10:00pm ET/PT) and will stream the next day for free on The CW App and cwtv.com.

October 2nd, 2020 / No Comments


Support Robert Pattinson by Voting for #Tenet | Best Action Movie of 2020 at People’s Choice Awards

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To be honest if this really was the “People’s” Choice Awards then Rob would most definitely be in a lot more categories – not sure why he’s not in “Best Male Actor of 2020” – it almost seems like Rob is the Voldemort of the awards season “he who shall not be named”. In any event, we can show our support for Rob by voting for “Tenet” in the Best Action Movie of 2020 – head over HERE and do the clicking.

July 12th, 2020 / No Comments


Robert Pattinson photographed at Independent Spirit Awards in 2018

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I missed this photo back when it was posted in 2018. Thanks Monsieur_HJ for the heads up about it now.

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July 11th, 2020 / No Comments


IndieWire includes Tenet in the best picture race for 2021

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It really is too early to predict what will be in contention for the Oscars when they hit our screens, albeit later than usual, on 25 April 2021. We don’t even know if Tenet will be released in August (it’s looking less likely given further lockdowns being predicted in the US). Nonetheless, IndieWire has decided to list films they believe may be in contention and, of course, Tenet was included:

The director follows up “Dunkirk” with a time-twisting thriller that took a year to write. Filmed on location (in 70mm and IMAX) with cinematographer Hoyte van Hoytema in Denmark, Estonia, India, Italy, Norway, the United Kingdom, and United States, the $225-million epic stars John David Washington as an operative of the organization Tenet who tries to prevent World War III, along with Robert Pattinson, Michael Caine, and Kenneth Branagh as a Russian oligarch; his ex-wife is Elizabeth Debicki. Jennifer Lame took over for usual Nolan editor Lee Smith. And during lockdown, composer Ludwig Göransson recorded musicians at their homes.

July 9th, 2020 / No Comments


Robert Pattinson at the 2010 BAFTA Awards

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We posted a version of this photo by photographer Greg Williams HERE, but it definitely was in HQ.

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