Warner Bros. Delays Tenet Again and Abandons a “Traditional” Release

Tenet Coming to theaters eventually

To no one’s surprise Christopher Nolan’s Tenet has been delayed yet again. After pushing the release date twice, Warner Bros. has indefinitely delayed the film stating, “We will share a new 2020 release date imminently for Tenet.”  The studio went on to say that they are not treating Tenet like a traditional global day-and-date release. This likely means that Tenet will be released internationally where it is arguably safer (but not necessarily safe) first before releasing it domestically in the United States. Visit the Official Website to find out when Tenet will be playing near you.

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Time Runs Out in Two New Posters for Christopher Nolan’s Tenet

Tenet Poster Two Story

Christopher Nolan’s Tenet finally has some new posters to get audiences ready for its Wednesday August 20th release. John David Washington is front and center, and the action movie trend of flying embers continues. Check them out below:

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Christopher Nolan’s Tenet Moves Back Two More Weeks to August 12, 2020

Tenet: Coming to Theaters July 17th, scratch that, July 31st, scratch that, August 12th

UPDATE 6/25/20: Warner Bros. has pushed Tenet to mid-August in lieu of rising COVID-19 cases nationwide. Tenet is now set to hit theaters on August 12, 2020.

Warner Bros. has decided to move Christopher Nolan’s Tenet  to July 31, 2020, according to a report by Deadline. Over the last several months, concerns over COVID-19 and public health have raised questions and spawned many many articles surrounding the film’s originally planned release date of July 17, 2020. The two week move may not have much impact on public health, but could be more of a strategic move to coordinate a full nationwide release. The new date might also take pressure off Nolan and Warner Bros. for releasing the first major film in theaters since shelter-in-place orders started going into effect in mid-March.

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