Tenet, the upcoming thriller film directed by award winning director Christopher Nolan and produced by Warner Bros has to change its logo. Another bcycle company found the film’s logo at its company and this led to a change in the title design of the film.
Tenet, the bicycle company’s owner Tyler Deschaine had launched his brand in 2018 and also took to social media to share that he had not plagiarized the logo from Nolan , the film. The major similarity between both the logo’s is that the second E and T of the Tenet just like Deshciane’s brand are inverted.
Tenet’s owner, Deschaine also spoke about the fears of being sued by the Warner Bros for the smiliamity with the film’s logo. He said in an interview with Biking Magazine, “I guess lightning can strike twice, and obviously I understand that you would not want anyone thinking that you had been inspired by our movie’s title treatment – feel free to quote me in shooting such misunderstandings down. I love our logo so I hope you won’t feel this is necessary, but if you like, I can stop using it since it seems you went public with yours first.”
The film stars John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Dimple Kapadia, Clémence Poésy, Himesh Patel, Michael Caine, and Kenneth Branagh. The film will be released in more than 70 countries on Wednesday on 26 august.