I’m curious to see how it’s marketed to black audiences. I don’t expect Nolan to pop on BET like Tarantino (and get really comfortable) but as a black person I always pay attention to how things are marketed to us, compared to the general public. This is new ground for Nolan.
That would be funny if he was on BET, I can certainly see JDW on BET making the rounds
BET is an (terrible) American television station that’s operated and aimed at black audiences. I think it’s a very problematic station because it’s very one note in its representation of the black experiences and it’s very close minded in regarded to representation but that’s a whole other conversation. I believe it’s still black owned but I have to do some research.
I say BET because it’s the black station but I mean black/urban media outlets in general. Things like Complex, Desus and Mero/Bodega Boys, press outlets like The Undefeated, The Root and Blavity and even shows like ESPN’s First Take and Get Up just to name a few.
Is it such a crazy idea to think there will be a Superbowl ad? The film really has to gain some worldwide momentum in order to make the money WB wants to get with TENET.
A Superbowl ad would certainly not be out of place with that $200+ million budget...
Superbowl ads for a movie that is coming out in a few weeks or next month makes sense. Spending that kind of cash for a movie that comes out in in six months isn't a good buy. WB could buy 18-20 30-second nationwide ads during the hottest shows on TV for the cost of one 30 second spot during the Superbowl. If they were rolling out a new something-or-another that would get lots of talk it might make sense, but that's highly unlikely.