John David Washington wants to create an early sequel. The film has just been released in theaters worldwide, and Washington is already in Part 2, although it is not clear if Christopher Nolan would be on the idea. Tenet was opened for the entertainment industry at odd times, as not all theaters have opened due to the public health crisis at this time. As a result, not many people have gone to theaters to see Nolan’s latest movie.
Speaking to sources, Washington stated that their faith is open to a Tenet sequel:
If that’s the case, Washington will definitely join him. The ending suggests that his character, The Nayak, pulled everyone’s strings, leading to the titular Tenet time travel organization. This leaves a variety of ability tale to tell. However, Washington warned fans not to get too excited:
In fact, I don’t know. Chris does what he wants. Maybe you have something that you keep developing for years, that you want to do next, maybe you are inspired by something you see and want to do, I don’t know. I hope we can do it again. I hope we explore more because I think we found something really unique.
What is Tenet all about?
True to form, Christopher Nolan has built a multilateral plot for TENET not so much for ‘A to B’ as it is a mirror image of D, R, 9, and A from ‘Z to Q is a regular A. It seems, but it really is. The ghost of the memory of a reversed dream … or what? ‘
And frankly, we and all the other Nolanheads would have no other way to do it. However, an official (and tentatively obscure) TENET is Synopsis and says:
“Armed with a single word, TENET, and fighting for the existence of the entire world, the protagonist travels through the twilight world of worldwide espionage on a challenge to spread in something past real-time. Do now no longer journey in time.