Tenet: Christopher Nolan’s epic time-bending espionage film has seemingly leaked onto torrent websites and other networks that enable piracy in various quality variations. When some duplicates are arguably genuine, given the connected screenshots and user comments attesting to their validity, many are deceptive and only exist as a snare to load viruses, malware, etc. computers of unsuspecting individuals. But in those real situations, the prohibited Tenet copies are remarkably bad quality, feature hard-coded subtitles, and are filled with advertisements. Entaiinfo doesn’t condone illegal file-sharing.
The earliest legitimate leaked version of Tenet showed on torrent websites like The Pirate Bay, Torrentz2, and 1337x over the weekend, using all the labels “KOR” and “CAM,” suggesting they were filmed using a video camera in Korean cinemas. By public comments, virtually all of them are full of advertisements for various internet gambling and gambling companies. Ever since then, several newer and modified variants of – branded “V2” for version 2.0 or “NO ADS” — have been uploaded to piracy networks, to capture the tremendous interest coming from those unable to capture Tenet in theatres. File sizes range from approximately 1-2.6GB, depending on the model you run into.
Happily, for Warner Bros and Nolan, who champions this big-screen expertise’s value, all of the prohibited Tenet rips’ quality is dreadful. Per publicly available screenshots, Entailinfo can tell that they display extreme sharpness, detail, contrast, filming, or color. We will not be posting any screenshots out of not wanting to spoil any part of the movie. Entailinfo hasn’t confirmed audio quality, though consumer opinions suggest that it’s echo-y, muffled, and hard to hear. The Tenet full picture leaks only reinforce the reality that you ought to look at the film when it is officially available in theatres or on home media.
Written and directed by Nolan, Tenet celebrities John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, Dimple Kapadia, Michael Caine, Kenneth Branagh, Clémence Poésy, Himesh Patel, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Fiona Dourif, Andrew Howard, Martin Donovan, Sean Avery, Jack Cutmore-Scott, and Denzil Smith. Tenet was made on a reported budget of $200 million (approximately Rs. 1,470 crores), making it Nolan’s most expensive film to date. Nolan produced Tenet with his wife, Emma Thomas.
Tenet is out now in Europe, Australia, South-East Asia, and the Middle East. It opens this week in China and the US, followed by Russia and Japan later in September. Tenet doesn’t have a release date in India yet.