Director Christopher Nolan’s thriller Tenet,deferred a few times by the coronavirus pandemic, will make a big appearance in films in more than 70 nations beginning Aug. 26, AT&T Inc’s Warner Bros. film studio said on Monday.
The film will open in select U.S. urban communities over Labor Day weekend, Warner Bros. said in an announcement. Work Day is Sept. 7.
The release date is welcome news for cinema administrators, who are relying on enormous spending films, for example, “Fundamental” to help bait crowds out of their homes during the pandemic.
Theaters around the globe shut in mid-March to help forestall the coronavirus from spreading. Many have revived far and wide with limit limits and different shields, however most films in the United States stay covered.
The AMC and Cineworld cinema chains a week ago pushed back the reviving date for their U.S. theaters to at any rate mid-August from the finish of July.
Tenet is a sci-fi spy show featuring John David Washington and Robert Pattinson from the British executive of hits like The Dark Knight Rises and Inception. Little has been uncovered about the plot. The film had initially been planned to make a big appearance on July 17.