"Tenet" comes to streaming this December after its director Christopher Nolan hit out at Warner Bros.' decision to release its films early onto HBO Max.
In an exclusive interview, the superstar composer discusses composing scores for "Black Panther," "The Mandalorian," and "Tenet."
"Some of our industry's biggest filmmakers and most important movie stars went to bed the night before thinking they were working for the greatest movie studio and woke up to find out they were working for the worst streaming service," Nolan said.
A movie in Japan just had the biggest opening in the world this weekend, while China overtook North America as the year's highest-grossing box office.
After realizing that it would be more cost effective to blow up a real plane for a scene in "Tenet," Nolan opted to go that route rather than use CGI effects.
Christopher Nolan has made 11 movies between 1998's "Following" and 2020's "Tenet". Here's our totally subjective guide to the movies made by the "Inception" and "The Dark Knight" director.
"Tenet" is airing in cinemas now across the world, but American users have a little longer to wait before they get to see the latest Christopher Nolan movie.
"Tenet" is coming soon to cinemas in the US, but Christopher Nolan's other 10 movies, including "Inception," "The Dark Knight" and "Dunkirk" are streaming online now.
We're looking back at Christopher Nolan's 2006 film about rival magicians to decide which magic man is superior.
"Tenet" was meant to be the movie that cinemas would reopen with across the world, but Christopher Nolan fans now have a slightly longer wait on their hands.
Nolan's next blockbuster thriller is supposedly coming to theaters on July 17, but that remains to be seen.
Before the latest promo, we knew that the movie focused on a group of secret agents working to prevent a third world war, but now it looks like there is some time travel involved.
The upcoming Christopher Nolan movie has expanded its cast.
Victor Davis Hanson explains how the famous British WW2 retreat turned into an unlikely victory for democracy.
If anyone can wring box-office success from a historical rout, it's Nolan.
One Direction's Harry Styles dives in at the deep end starring alongside A-list actors Tom Hardy, Mark Rylance and Kenneth Branagh.