Somebody give this man an elite game developer already.
Have you ever dreamt of playing a Tenet video game? Turns out, it's not entirely out of the question – filmmaker Christopher Nolan recently revealed that transforming his films into games is something he's "definitely" invested in doing.
He is not eager to do a movie tie-in game, however.
Talking with Canadian journalist Geoff Keighley, the director said:
You don’t want to just be doing a licensed game, you don’t want to just be tying in with something and using the brand established by the film.
The same way you don’t want, actually when people do adaptations to film from a video game, you don’t want to just draft off the brand. You want it to be something great in its own right.
I think my time and energy, I’ve wound up devoting it all to film and seeing how difficult that is, it’s not something you’d ever take on lightly but it’s definitely something I’m interested in, it’s an amazing world.
This is not the first time Nolan has been linked with video games – three of his films, Batman Begins (2005), The Prestige (2006), and Inception (2010), were seen in Fortnite's Party Royale mode earlier in 2020.
Additionally, the trailer for his most latest film, Tenet, debuted in the game.