Tenet: Is it set in the same universe as that of Origin


Christopher Nolan returns to the big screen with Tenet, his new movie. The film, starring John David Washington and Robert Pattinson has recently released its second trailer, and theories about the film have returned to soar. After talking to you about the possibility that Pattinson plays Nolan himself in the film, some now believe that Tenet takes place in the same universe as the one where the Origin events take place.

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The director's fans have expressed this idea on Reddit. "Isn't Nolan offering another perspective on the Origin universe and the science fiction tools for spying?" Asks a user of the famous 'site'. The responses highlight, above all, the final scene of the trailer in which the Pattinson character talks to the Washington character about crashing an airplane. For many, this scenario seems the same in which Jake (Leonardo DiCaprio) teaches Ariadne (Ellen Page) what he and his team do within dreams.

On the other hand, there are some 'Redditors' who indicate that the concept of “Inversion” seems to belong to the same universe as that of the film released in 2010. “Time warping, global espionage, training sequences, guys wearing suits in the middle of the street explaining the plot to each other ... If this is not a sequel to Origin, it seems that Nolan is repeating himself. I'm not complaining ”, explains a user.




There are also some who have found similarities between the characters: "I like Pattinson in the role similar to Tom Hardy's Origin." Tom Hardy (Peaky Blinders) played Eames, the group's forger, in the film about the subconscious. This theory has also led some to think that Michael Caine repeats in his role as Miles, whom the actor played in Origin.

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Do you also think that Tenet is set in the same universe as Origen? The new Nolan was slated to hit theaters on July 17, but the coronavirus crisis could change on the day of its release. Elizabeth Debicki (Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2), Clémence Poésy (Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire), Aaron Taylor-Johnson (Avengers: Age of Ultron) and Kenneth Branagh (Murder on the Orient Express). On these lines, do not miss the trailer.
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