Christopher Nolan is one of the few filmmakers who is consistently afforded massive budgets for original projects. Time and again he's delivered, and his latest looks like his most ambitious film yet.
I have no idea what's actually happening in Tenet – something about spies, mass destruction and boats – but none of that matters. This looks like the absolute coolest movie in a very long time.
John David Washington stars as the protagonist, who's "resurrected" (possibly literally) and sent undercover and back in time to stop... well, something bad. ("Nuclear holocaust?" "No. Something worse.")
The cast also includes Clémence Poésy, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, Michael Caine and Kenneth Branagh. Plus, Martin Donovan pops up in the requisite "Haven't seen that guy in a while" role that's been a staple of Nolan films (see also: Anthony Michael Hall in The Dark Knight, Tom Berenger in Inception and William Devane in Interstellar).
Tenet doesn't arrive until July 17. If only there was a way to get there faster.