Christopher Nolan's 'Tenet' Indefinitely Delayed

Christopher Nolan's 'Tenet' Indefinitely Delayed

Christopher Nolan's 'Tenet' Indefinitely Delayed

While plot details for "Tenet" are scarce, Nolan - the director behind acclaimed movies like "The Dark Knight" and "Dunkirk" - has made a name for himself by rejecting CGI where most directors would include it.

Warner Bros. and Nolan still harbor hopes of bringing it to theaters this year, however.

"Tenet", Christopher Nolan's latest mind-bending blockbuster, has delayed its theatrical release again from August 12, this time to an as of yet unnamed date still in 2020, though a new release date should be announced imminently. A staunch supporter of the theatrical experience, Nolan was reportedly keen for Tenet to be the first big release to re-open theaters, but it looks like that won't be a possibility.

According to a report by Variety, Warner Bros. has removed Christopher Nolan's Tenet from its release calendar.

Warner Bros. Photos Group chairman Toby Emmerich stated: "Our targets all through this course of have been to guarantee the highest odds of success for our movies whereas additionally being prepared to help our theater companions with new content material as quickly as they may safely reopen".

Meanwhile, fans are expecting to see him again on his upcoming film, Tenet, but unfortunately, it has been rescheduled to air three times already not because of financial problems but because of the pandemic-which also seized many movies or series to postpone their release dates.

We won't be getting to see Tenet for a long time. The movie was initially going to release on 17 July 2020.

Other films have planned their releases partially around the launch of "Tenet".

Warner Bros. told that the reason for the delay in the release of Tenet is the pandemic. The statement concluded with an acknowledgement that they were not treating "Tenet" "like a traditional global day-and-date release", meaning a staggered release date is all but certain.

His clout is reflected in the colossal $205 million budget that United States media reported was lavished on "Tenet", which stars John David Washington ("BlacKkKlansman"), Denzel Washington's son. And in the USA, it could go out first in cities where cinemas can safely reopen, versus nationwide. However, the makers of the movie on Monday (local time) announced they will share the new plans for the film soon. Actors like John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, Kenneth Branagh and Dimple Kapadia are in the lead roles in the movie.

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