From the team who brought you one of the most groundbreaking film of the decade (and an image that became my go-to meme), Warner Bros will screen Inception once more in select theatres. The heist/sci-fi movie broke cinematic ground with its narrative and direction and its re-release in theatres is to celebrate Inception's 10th anniversary. It's no secret that Christopher Nolan, director of Inception and other films like Interstellar, Dunkirk and The Prestige wants the public to view his movies exactly as he intended—on the big screen.
In fact, Nolan was still pushing for his latest film, Tenet, to debut in US theatres on the original 17 July date even when America is waist-deep in pandemic woes. [Tenet's delivery was eventually postponed and starting on 27 August, Tenet will be shown outside of the US in more than 70 countries including South Korea, Australia and Singapore.)
But interested viewers can see never-before-seen footage from Tenet when they attend Inception's theatrical event. Given the world on semi-lockdown, we'll take whatever escapism we can get from Nolan.
Inception will be screened in all its IMAX 2D and Digital glory from 13 August for a limited time only.