The latest and final trailer of British director Christopher Nolan's movie "Tenet" was released on August 21, uncovering even more scenes filmed in Tallinn which the public had not seen in previous teasers, portal Geenius reports.
Locations such as Laagna tee and the Linnahall, momentarily appear in the trailer, with a broader view of Tallinn also shown, Geenius says (link in Estonian). While snippets filmed in Estonia are not a new aspect of the film's trailers, the scenes shown in the latest installment are completely new to the public (see video link below).
"Tenet" will premiere in several Asian and European countries, including Estonia, on August 26, following repeated delays due to the coronavirus pandemic keeping movie theaters in California closed.
The movie stars Robert Pattinson, John David Washington and Michael Caine, the first two of whom were spotted in Tallinn during filming last summer, as well as Christopher Nolan himself.
If the premiere dates remain in place, "Tenet" - long heralded as the movie which would rescue the industry from the slump - will be the first major film to hit cinemas since the pandemic began.
The movie was originally scheduled to premiere on July 17, but was postponed initially to July 31 and then to August 12, as developments of the novel coronavirus in the United States continued, pushing the release back once more, to August 26, when it will finally be unveiled.
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