First set photos reveal Dunkirk director Christopher Nolan has begun filming scenes for his latest film, Tenet, in Estonia. You can check it out via Sunny’s Twitter account below:
Nolan has started filming his TENET in Ukraine. pic.twitter.com/oHXE7uIZOZ
— Sunny (@saiprasadd_511) June 11, 2019
Estonia is only one of seven different countries the Nolan film will be shooting in. Although shot in said country, the scene itself takes place in Ukraine. This is evidenced by the language and vehicles seen throughout the set images.
John David Washington and Robert Pattinson will headline a talented cast in creating a story set in a “the evolving world of international espionage”. Washington, recently starring the Oscar-winning film BlackKklansmen, will have the opportunity to keep the momentum going in working with world class directors. Pattinson has also been on a hot roll as of late, working with Nolan and set to don the famous cowl as the next Batman.
Elizabeth Debicki, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Kenneth Branagh, Dimple Kapadia, Clémence Poésy and Michael Caine will be joining Washington and Pattinson in the film.
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Tenet will hit theaters July 17, 2020.