The trailer for Christopher Nolan’s World War II film Dunkirk leaked online Thursday, a day ahead of its official announcement.
The clip, which is only 30 seconds of the minute-long trailer, was taken on a mobile device at a movie theater, according to Vanity Fair. Warner Bros. quickly removed the pirated clips from YouTube and released the official trailer.
The official Dunkirk trailer was set to be released Friday alongside the movie Suicide Squad.
The film depicts the British military evacuation from the town of Dunkirk in 1940. It is Nolan’s first major project since Interstellar in 2014.
Dunkirk is scheduled to hit movie theaters July 21 of next year, according to Vanity Fair.
- TIME's Top 100 Photos of 2021
- Inside Frances Haugen's Decision to Take on Facebook
- Why We Should Stop Freaking Out About Inflation
- Austria's Plan to Make COVID-19 Vaccines Compulsory Is Dividing Citizens — and Experts
- Inside the 80-Year Quest to Name Pearl Harbor's Unknown Victims
- Buying a House Feels Impossible These Days. Here Are 6 Innovative Paths to Homeownership
- 'They're Very Close.' U.S. General Says Iran Is Nearly Able to Build a Nuclear Weapon
- A Charter School's Racial Controversy Reveals the Real Battle For America's Classrooms