Christopher Nolan’s much-anticipated sci-fi thriller delayed several times by the coronavirus pandemic. Warner Bros on Monday announced that Tenet will be released in in over 70 countries starting August 26. However, the film will not be released in the US on the same day but released in selected US cities over the Labor Day weekend.
Also, Tenet will not be releasing in China, one of the biggest overseas markets for Hollywood films, as of now.
AMC Theaters, the world’s largest cineplex operator, last week pushed back the reopening date for their U.S. theatres to at least mid-August from the end of July.
Tenet is a science-fiction spy drama starring John David Washington and Robert Pattinson from the British director of hits like The Dark Knight Rises and Inception.