Coronavirus pandemic has forced the theaters and public places to shut. And we don’t know when the films will start rolling on the big screen. However, Christopher Nolan wants his ‘Tenet’ to be the first film audiences see when cinemas reopen.
The new science-fiction thriller was supposed to hit the theaters on July 15th. Even though other Warner Bros. movies were pushed ahead Tenet still stood strong on the decided date. Apparently Nolan wants to help the theater business and he wanted his movie to be the first people watch when the theaters reopen. Now, however, the July release date is looking less and less likely with each passing day.
Following the seriousness of the situation, Warner Bros. and Nolan are now reconsidering their gameplan. The production house will soon officially announce whether to stick to Tenet’s original release date or push the movie back to later in 2020.