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TENET Will Not Make Its August Release And Is Now Expected To Launch Internationally

Christopher Nolan's 'Tenet' has been delayed indefinitely

But it does throw a wrench in Warner Bros.' theatrical plans for the film, which will likely open internationally first, per reports of the U.S. Tenet delay.

"Tenet", due out on August 12, was scheduled to be the first major Hollywood movie out in USA theaters following the shutdown in mid-March.

Chairman Toby Emmerich said "Our goals throughout this process have been to ensure the highest odds of success for our films while also being ready to support our theatre partners with new content as soon as they could safely reopen".

But the studio said it would be re-evaluating its release date "amidst all this continued uncertainty". Tenet was originally set for a July 17 global debut before being moved back to July 31 and then to August 12.

The release of Christopher Nolan's film Tenet has been delayed again due to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Now Warner Bros are planning on announcing yet another new release date for the sci-fi spy thriller as coronavirus cases spike in the US.

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This image released by Warner Bros. And when it does finally come stateside, it might hit whichever theaters are open - perhaps giving socially distanced Midwest drive-ins a leg up on coastal, urban theater chains. "We are not treating Tenet like a traditional global day-and-date release, and our upcoming marketing and distribution plans will reflect that".

While no new release date for the film has been announced, it seems likely that for the USA, the next one will not be within the typical summer movie season, and Deadline reports a domestic rollout beginning on September 11 has been speculated.

It is unknown what Emmerich means, but it is believed that the film could open in territories that are not as affected by coronavirus before key locations, including the US. His other films include The Dark Knight, The Dark Knight Rises, Inception, Interstellar, and Dunkirk.

"Unhinged", a thriller from Solstice Studios starring Russell Crowe, will likely be the first wide release in the USA since the virus.

James Wan's The Conjuring films have been highly profitable for Warner Bros.' New Line Cinema, with the first film costing just $20 million to make and grossing $319.5 million worldwide in 2013, while the second movie cost $40 million and made another $320.4 million globally in 2016.

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