TENET Robert Pattinson and John David Washington

Warner Bros. will decide whether Christopher Nolan’s highly anticipated new movie, Tenet, will be released on July 17, as planned.

While movie theaters were closed all over the world due to the coronavirus epidemic; Films planned to be released in spring-summer such as No Time to Die, A Quiet Place Part II, Mulan, Fast & Furious 9 had to be postponed. Some of these films were taken into the last quarter of the year, while many were postponed to next year.

Although the number of cases began to decrease gradually in many parts of the world, the reopening of movie theaters came to the agenda, but the studios postponed most of the films in July-August as it was thought that the audience would not be willing to return to the halls in at least the first months. However, in this whole process, the vision date did not change, and despite all that, it was a huge project that was insisted on the vision date in July: It is Christopher Nolan’s new movie, Tenet.

While many studios postponed even their films from August to September until a later date, it was surprising that Warner Bros. did not delay Tenet, which was scheduled to be released on July 17, while many people argued that the studio would have to delay the film when the vision date approached. However, the information that emerged recently revealed that Christopher Nolan insisted that the film be released on July 17, as planned, and that Warner Bros. could fulfill this director’s wish.

Christopher Nolan Wants Tenet To Be The Movie That Brings Movie Theaters Back To Life
According to the news of Variety, Warner Bros. will make his decision about the film this week, considering the possibility of delaying the film when Nolan wants the movie that brings the movies back to life. According to the information shared by sources close to the studio, the studio has to make its decision this week in order to start the promotion of the film, which only devotes more than 200 million dollars to its production, on time.

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On the other hand, if the studio decides to delay, the film is not expected to be delayed for a long time. It is said that the new vision date to be determined for the film will be in 2020 if it is delayed.

At this point, movie theater operators, especially giant movie theater chains such as AMC and Cineworld, have shown hope to Tenet. Movie theater operators hope that Tenet will bring the audience back to the theaters and then slowly return to normal with films such as Mulan (July 24) and Wonder Woman 1984 (August 12).

Although it is unlikely that the movie will reach the numbers it would normally reach due to the measures to be taken when the movie theaters are reopened, the fact that it will not meet a serious competitor at the box office for a long time and that it is the only movie to be shown in almost all theaters in the first weeks makes us think that the film can reach a wide audience, even longer than usual. .

We will wait and see how Warner Bros. will make a decision on Tenet. Here’s what you need to know about Nolan’s new, highly anticipated movie.

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