The filmmaker of ‘Tenet’ exciting to provide a boost to People as theater reopens after coronavirus pandemic.
Warner bros. delay the release of Christopher Nolan ‘s ‘Tent’ by Two weeks. First, the ‘Tenet’ starring Robert Pattinson and John David Washington, released on July 17.
Due to coronavirus, The theater faces a huge amount of loss. So, to help the theater, Warner Bros. sticking to July in hopes to provide a boost for theaters. The new date of ‘Tenet’ released is July 31.
While, In honor of its 10th anniversary, the theater will release one of the biggest hits ‘Inception’, It’s also Nolan’s work.
Basically, Warner Bros. wants to check how many people have an appetite to come out and see this. They are not willing to risk it with this new tentpole.
‘Tenet’ is basically a new upcoming spy film written and directed by Christopher Nolan. Its casting began in 2019 and the leading played by John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, and many other actors performed in this.
It is released under the banner of Warner Bros. Picture on July 31, 2020.
It’s estimated production budget is $200-225 million.
When the ‘Tenet’ released date announced by Nolan the Solstice Studio announced that this pushing the road-rage thriller Unhinged.
Many other movies released during these days, like Disney Mulan, released on July 24 and The SpongeBob movie (Sponge On the Run)released on August 7.
The National Associate of Theatre Owners said during announcing the new date, “We are excited that our partners at Warner Bros. will offer a new generation of film fans the opportunity to enjoy Inception the way it was originally intended to be seen — on the big screen. Over these last months, we have been keeping Warner Bros. closely informed of our work toward reopening our theatres in accordance with governmental health and safety requirements, and we are looking forward to audiences enjoying Tenet in our theaters all around the world on July 31st.”
Other delayed movies
Tenet now listed in the list of delayed movies that delayed because of Pandemic. In this list, Wonder Woman 1984 and Mulan are also included. These were released in June and March respectively but now the postponed.