The Warner Bros on Friday announced the release date for ‘Tenet.’ Directed by Christopher Nolan Tenet will finally release on July 31.
Initially set for a July 17 release Warner Bros Pictures had to move the release date two weeks later due to the Covid19 Pandemic. The studio has planned a special screening for the 10th anniversary of Inception on 17 July instead.
Tenet will release in the theatres a week after Disney’s Mulan. The world’s biggest theatre operator AMC Theatres expects that 97% of its locations will start screening from mid-July.
Trade group, The National Association of Theater Owners, also expects around 95% of theatres to be opening around the globe by then.
AMC is planning only to have a 25-50% occupancy at a time to follow the social distancing norm. Along with this, tickets can be bought online, and cinema halls will undergo regular cleanings.
Warner Bros’, another big-budget movie Wonder Woman 1984, will now be releasing in October rather than in August.
Release dates for Marvel’s Black Widow and the next installment of the Fast and Furious series have also been delayed.
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