DIRECTOR crashed real plane in real building for 'Tenet'.

It has been revealed that Christopher Nolan crashed a real plane into a building for one of Tenet's explosive scenes, reported Cinema Blend.

The crash appears at the end of latest trailer for the espionage drama about time inversion, which is set for release this summer.

John David Washington, who plays Tenet's unnamed lead, told the outlet that whole crew was excited when Nolan captured the crash on film.

''That was a real plane and a real building that they crashed that plan into,'' he said.

''And we, cast and crew, all witnessed it. It was epic! It was incredible, we all cheered and hoorayed when they yelled cut after Chris felt like he got it. What you saw is really what happened at least the night I was there,'' revealed Washington.

A synopsis of  Tenet reads, ''John David Washington is the new protagonist in Christopher Nolan's original sci-fi action spectacle Tenet.

Armed with only word - Tenet - and fighting for the survival of the entire world, he journeys through a twilight world of international espionage on a mission that will unfold in something beyond real time. Not time travel. Inversion.''

Quite what that means is unknown, but should the film proceed with its release on July 17 despite the strict lockdown is the real question.

Where most films use CGI to fill in backdrops, for his 2017 Second World War epic Dunkirk, Nolan  used real fighter planes and warships.

Neil Andrea, a marine coordinator working on Dunkirk had said:
''We had Messerschmitts flying overhead, thousands of extras on the beach, minesweepers in the background, a 350-foot destroyer and torpedo boats all in the same shot,'' reported The Independent.

''On certain days, there were up to 60 ships in the water.''

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