The highly anticipated action thriller "Tenet" becomes the yardstick in the film industry after the Corona crisis.
It is the second postponement within a very short period of time: The cinema release for the blockbuster "Tenet" has been postponed again. Instead of July 31, the new action thriller by Christopher Nolan (49, "Dunkirk") is now to be released on August 12. This is reported, among other things, by the US industry portal "Variety". The film has been postponed due to the ongoing Corona crisis – the original premiere was scheduled for July 17.
"Tenet" only on the big screen
"Warner Bros. is committed to making 'Tenet' available to the big screen audiences when cinema owners are ready and health officials say it's time," said a Warner Bros. spokesman. in a statement. "Right now we have to be flexible and we don't treat it like a traditional movie release," said the company spokesman. The $ 200 million film starring John David Washington (35, "BlacKkKlansman") and Robert Pattinson (34, "Twilight") would be the first major Hollywood project in the cinemas after the shutdown.