Hollywood star Tom Cruise posted a video of himself at a preview screening of Christopher Nolan’s new movie, Tenet, in London. Cruise expressed his pleasure to return to the theatre and when requested what he considered the movie, he stated, “I liked it!”
In a video shared on his Instagram web page, Cruise is seen braving the London rain and going to the theatre in a automobile. “How does that occur? I’m sporting a masks,” he says within the clip. He’s additionally seen waving to followers exterior.
As Cruise reaches the theatre, he poses exterior an enormous hoarding of Tenet and says, “Right here we’re, again to the films!” He’s then seen applauding because the movie performs, as a masked man that appeared like his Mission: Unattainable 7 director Christopher McQuarrie sits subsequent to him. Earlier than leaving, he tells his fellow moviegoers, “Nice to be again in a film theatre, everyone!” On being requested what he considered the movie, he says, “I liked it!”
“Massive film. Massive display screen. Cherished it,” Cruise captioned his video, which has been seen greater than 7,00,000 occasions on Instagram.
Nolan’s time-bending espionage epic, Tenet, is the primary large Hollywood movie to hit the screens because the coronavirus pandemic shuttered theatres worldwide earlier this 12 months. Although it is going to be formally launched on Wednesday in choose US and abroad markets the place theatres have reopened, previews started over the weekend.
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Cruise was lauded for supporting Tenet because the exhibition sector desperately wants a lift. “Sure Tom! Thanks for supporting films at an necessary time for the movie business to rebound! You’re the man, would like to see you in a Christopher Nolan venture! Cheers,” one Instagram consumer commented on his submit. One other wrote, “Superior constructive submit THISSSSSSS!!!!!”
Tenet reveals John David Washington within the ‘afterlife’, as he makes an attempt to stop World Warfare III. Whereas it isn’t clear precisely how disastrous that may very well be, we’re advised that it’s ‘one thing worse’ than nuclear holocaust. The movie additionally stars Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, Dimple Kapadia, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Kenneth Branagh and Michael Caine.
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