Nonetheless, Pattinson said he enjoyed the experience: "Chris has so much control over the set, you get to do the actual fun stuff, which normally would be reserved for experts and not people who can’t even parallel park."
According to Nolan, 49, Pattinson plays a character possibly named Neil, who he described as a “slightly rascally character who operates within what they refer to as this twilight world of operatives in different secret services.”
“We think he may be called Neil,” Nolan said. “You never really quite know what’s going on with these identities.”
Tenet pushed back its July 17 premiere date by two weeks due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic that closed theaters nationwide. By the end of June, movie theaters will be allowed to be open in at least 31 states.
“I can really only take responsibility for finishing the film and trying to make an entertainment that’s worth going back to the movies for,” Nolan said. “That’s the kind of film we’ve always tried to make, and Tenet is no exception."
Tenet opens July 31.
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