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Warner Brothers Pictures: “Tenet” Final Trailer

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It was way back in May when we last discussed the upcoming film “Tenet” which comes to us care of Warner Brothers Pictures. If you missed that post and feel like checking it out, we suggest that you click HERE first before continuing along. Back then, the world as we know it had become a very different place as result of the Coronavirus and while a number of positive outcomes have come to pass we are still entangled with this virus and how much overall disruption it has caused. Almost every concert and convention that was to happen in 2020 has been cancelled and most movies were moved to 2021 but some studios feel that they can deliver in a limited opening and with that being said here is the Final Trailer for “Tenet”.

The Premise: A secret agent is tasked with preventing World War III.

The Cast/Characters:
John David Washington as the Protagonist
Robert Pattinson
Elizabeth Debicki
Dimple Kapadia
Michael Caine
Kenneth Branagh as a Russian
Aaron Taylor-Johnson
Clémence Poésy
Himesh Patel
Denzil Smith as an arms dealer
Martin Donovan
Sean Avery

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PiercingMetal Thoughts: Though I am finding this film to be right up my action and adventure alley, there is NO WAY that I am siting in a movie theater until sometime in the middle of 2021. Sorry Warner but like many of the general public I am just not there in terms of trusting the efforts being made to bring people back to a more normalized way of life. I am also not going to be one of those people who plunks down $30 to see the film On Demand because its only me in the household and I am also not encouraging any company come visit me during this pandemic isolation. Closing up let me add that I found this new song by Travis Scott to be very distracting from the goings on in the clip. I guess my being a tried and true member of the Metal Republic finds me just hating crap like that. Too much autotune and everything programmed. That’s not music to me but I digress. I might just be mad that Hard Rock and Metal aren’t even represented in the upcoming MTV Video Music Awards that are coming soon. Chime in down below in the comments with your thoughts about this trailer. I plan on returning to this topic a couple of more times about the release if I see some post worthy stuff. Stay safe out there and I will see you next time.

Official Film Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tenet_(film)

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