The Tenet Company has been quietly releasing some of their recent movies into the public eye via their YouTube channel. They have been doing this for the past three years and have continued to impress with their selection and execution of some of the finest films that have ever been seen on the big screen. From "The Pursuit of Happyness" to "Wag the Dog," the Tenet Company has continued to give viewers a glimpse of their latest releases as well as some of the more obscure titles that they have put out in the past.
The Tenet Company is going back to its roots with their next release, "Sleeper Cell." Tenet has been working on their new releases and the end result is one of the best that they have ever produced. The film has already soared into a second wave of attacks, breaking all previous records set back in early April, but this premiere date has been nudged back just a few months at a time in the hopes of things changing again. If things don't change though, the movie is scheduled to hit theaters in August.
If you haven't been keeping track, then you are probably aware of the fact that "Tenet" was the original name that the series was known under before the series was renamed. This new installment will be called "The Pursuit of Happyness" and is being directed by David Gelb.
Although the name Tenet seems to be used in place of the original series, this is not a remake. This is a brand new series from the Tenet Company that will bring together a new cast and a new story, but it will still follow the same main characters and plots as before. It is possible that they may use some of the names that were used in previous installments as well as some of the older footage.
This new film from Tenet is set in a new city and tells the story of a man who is searching for a missing woman who has recently disappeared. Along the way, he will meet a number of interesting characters who will influence his search to get the answers that he seeks.
If you are looking forward to watching this Tenet film, there are several options that you should look into. The original premiere will be shown at this year's Sundance Film Festival in January, but you can also purchase a DVD or watch it at any time by purchasing the original theatrical release from the company.