The next film from The Dark Knight, Inception and Dunkirk director Christopher Nolan has today (22nd May 2019) added two more star names to its cast and revealed its title.
The Warner Bros produced project, which also began filming today ahead of a 17th July 2020 release date, will be titled Tenet, and is reportedly an action-epic evolving from a base story regarding international espionage.
While further details regarding the project are scarce, it is understood that the picture will film in locations across some 7 different countries, and as of today now has its five leading cast members.
Joining Widows actress Elizabeth Debicki, BlackKklansman lead John David Washington and newly announced Batman actor Robert Pattinson on the cast list originally revealed in March are: Golden Globe winning actor of Nocturnal Animals Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Nolan’s Dunkirk collaborator (and 4-time Oscar nominee) Kenneth Branagh.
Nolan will work from his own script and also act as one of the film’s producers. The world famous director has assembled a recognisable crew that includes his Dunkirk director of photography Hoyte van Hoytema and the Oscar-winning composer of the Black Panther score, Ludwig Göransson.