It’s been revealed that Warner Bros. Pictures has opted to delay the release date of Christopher Nolan’s Tenet yet again.
We’ve all been eagerly anticipating the next Christopher Nolan movie, Tenet.
It’s been suggested that Tenet could make or break the movie industry in 2020.
Nolan’s movie might end up being the biggest hit of the year and could end up opening the floodgates to other blockbusters being released in cinemas.
It’s always a big deal when a new Nolan movie gets released, and COVID-19 has already affected its release date once.
Variety recently revealed that the film has been delayed yet again due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Christopher Nolan’s Tenet’s Release Date Delayed Again
The movie, which has cost Warner Bros. Pictures over $200 million, was initially slated to arrive in cinemas on July 17th.
However, Tenet’s release date was delayed until July 31st.
It’s now been revealed that it’s been pushed back yet again to August 12th.
The movie needs to come out this year because the release slate is starting to get very, very crowded.
No other blockbuster will want to be released close to Tenet, because it will end up eating all other movies’ potential revenue.
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