Christopher Nolan's Tenet is postponed to August 12.
Tenet will release on a Wednesday and Warner Bros will keep it in theatres ‘over an extended play period far beyond the norm’.
Tenet directed by Christopher Nolan is again pushed its release date. Warner Bros. has delayed the release of the movie Tenet again, setting back efforts by theatre chains to save the summer blockbuster season. Audiences in India are unlikely to see the film in August as theatres are expected to reopen only around October in the country.
The sci-fi psychological thriller stars John David Washington, Michael Caine, Robert Pattinson, Kenneth Branagh, and Dimple Kapadia.
Warner Bros., part of AT&T Inc., has made a small marketing push for Tenet, not the campaign you would typically see for a $200 million movie. Nolan, who wrote and directed the film, is a big proponent of the traditional movie-theater experience and wants his films seen in cinemas. His previous pictures include 2017’s Dunkirk and three Batman movies.
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