Tenet actor reveals if film is a sequel to Origin

Will the Origin and Tenet stories end up joining? Both Christopher Nolan films have a similar look and theme.

The fans of Christopher Nolan they are curious to know if Tenet and Origin they are somehow unity. For now the trailers do not give many details, that's why quite interesting theories have started to emerge on the Internet. In a recent interview they asked John David Washington, who plays the protagonist in the new movie, about this hypothesis, and had a rather specific response. As he put it, movies are drastically different from each other, but they share certain similarities.

"I would say Tenet is Origen's father-in-law," Washington explained. “They are related by marriage. They get together for Thanksgiving, family barbecues, like that kind of thing. Other than that, one lives in Europe, the other lives in Compton. "

This comparison between Origin and Tenet is certainly interesting, especially given the manipulations over time and the reality that both films seem to be exhibiting.

The actors don't have much idea what the movie is about.

“Every day I had questions for Nolan when we were shooting Tenet. But he was very kind and answered them very calmly and patiently, "Washington said in a recent interview. “It was important that the actors could trace the story correctly so that we could tell it in the best possible way, and he was very patient with us. I say this with great courtesy (laughs). ”

"It really is interesting, because there are only little nuggets of information and only crumbs of information about the film that amazes me that Nolan was willing to reveal in the second trailer," added Washington. "And I love that he did it."

Tenet Official Synopsis:

"Armed with a single word, Tenet, and fighting for the survival of the entire world, the protagonist travels through a twilight world of international espionage on a mission that will unfold in something beyond real time."

Tenet will premiere on July 17.

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