The highly anticipated sci-fi movie directed by Christopher Nolan had been eyeing a summer release date.
"Unfortunately, the pandemic continues to proliferate, causing us to re-evaluate our release dates".
Warner Bros. announced the release of Christopher Nolan's new film "Tenet" has been postponed indefinitely, a setback for movie theatres that are preparing to make a comeback despite the COVID-19 epidemics. In any case, now we wait for the announcement of Tenet's next release date, though considering the way this year's been going, don't discount the possibility that the movie could be moved again after that.
Tenet is a high budget Hollywood film, which was expected to be to be released in United States cinemas during the summer. This came after the film was initially moved from July 17 to July 31 due to the novel virus. That being said, it doesn't mean I'm ready to go out and risk my life to watch Tenet as soon as the powers that be are willing to let us do so.
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Director Christopher Nolan's new movie, Tenet, has been delayed indefinitely after being pushed back twice already.
What's generally interesting about this round of Tenet postponements is that Warner Bros.is changing its tune on how it's treating the film's global release. Pictures Toby Emmerich said in his statement.
"Amidst all this continued uncertainty, we have made a decision to vacate the current dates for our next two releases". According to Zeitchik, the studio is considering opening Tenet internationally on August 26th and in domestic theatres on Labor Day weekend.
Warner Bros.is planning to implement a more flexible release schedule for Tenet. The film stars John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, Michael Caine, Kenneth Branagh, Aaron Taylor Johnson, Himesh Patel and Clémence Poésy.
Many cinema owners are screening modern re-releases and classics to keep them afloat, and audiences tired from scrolling through Netflix et al for the past four months are in the mood for something new.