Tenet Social Media Launches with New Tagline and Hidden Message

Tenet Social Media

Today the social media campaign for Christopher Nolan’s Tenet began with the launch of its Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram accounts. The Official Website also got an update. And while at first these social media pages don’t seem to reveal much, we got a few new insights into the secretive film. One of the first things noticed was that the Twitter banner revealed a new tagline: Time Runs Out. This reveal was a clue that helped uncover the next big thing…

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Prologue for Christopher Nolan’s Tenet Coming Soon to IMAX

TENET

[UPDATE (12.13.19): Our friends at Trailer-Track discovered today that the Tenet prologue has been rated by the German FSK. This confirmed two things for us: that the prologue will screen internationally, and that it has a run time of 6 minutes and 32 seconds.]

Well, we’re making pretty solid assumptions about that last part of the headline. According to Filmratings.com a prologue for Christopher Nolan’s Tenet has recently been rated PG-13. That’s right, there is going to be an early release prologue for Tenet! The publication cited “violence and intense action” as the reason for the PG-13 rating in this week’s Rating Bulliten. No details have been posted about what movie this prologue will be attached to, how long it will be, or what theaters would get it. But going off tradition, we suspect it will be exclusive to IMAX theaters.

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Christopher Nolan and Others Team Up to Make Filmmaker Mode on UHD TVs

Filmmaker Mode

Christopher Nolan, Martin Scorsese, James Cameron, and J.J. Abrams join a coalition of filmmakers, studios, and electronics manufacturers to introduce a new UHD TV setting called Filmmaker Mode. The UHD Alliance also brings together filmmakers like Ryan Coogler, Patty Jenkins, Rian Johnson, M. Night Shyamalan, Paul Thomas Anderson, Ava DuVernay, Judd Apatow, Ang Lee, Reed Moreno, and the Duffer Brothers to back the setting which is aimed at preserving the filmmaker’s vision on consumer displays. Hollywood studios like Warner Bros. and Universal, as well as electronics manufacturers like LG, Panasonic and Vizio will additionally lend support to Filmmaker Mode.

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