Christopher Nolan’s eagerly-awaited Tenet looks like it’s completed, even though it’s less clear just when we’re all going to be able to see it.

With all the toing and froing over just when we’re going to see Christopher Nolan’s eagerly-awaited new movie Tenet, the filmmaker himself has got on with the job, along with his team, of finishing the thing. And it sounds like he is.

The film has now been submitted to the ratings board in Korea, and that’s where news of the film’s runtime has been confirmed. The official runtime has been recorded as 149 minutes and 59 seconds which, when you knock presumably at least ten minutes of credits off that time, makes it one of Nolan’s shorter films.

At the moment, the film is on the UK release schedule for August 12th, although as we discussed yesterday, that’s once again in some degree of doubt. Still, it seems the film is very much ready for the moment when we’re all allowed to see it…

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