Christopher Nolan’s c delays following COVID pandemic

On Monday Warner Bros. confirmed that “Tenet” will not make its August 12 release date. Unlike previous delays, the studio this time didn’t announce a new target for the release of Nolan’s much-anticipated $200 million thriller.

Sad news for those who have been eagerly waiting for the release day of Christopher Nolan’s ‘Tenet’. It was previously scheduled to release in August. But, according to a recent report, the release date of Christopher Nolan’s most anticipated sci-fi thriller “Tenet,” has been postponed once again due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. It was previously hoped to herald Hollywood’s return to big theatrical release.

Warner Bros. issued a statement on Monday and announced that “Tenet” would not be released on August 12. And there has been no announcement made yet by the studio regarding the new release date, unlike previous delays.

Spy film “Tenet” was initially scheduled to hit in the theatres on July 17, but it was postponed to July 31. And now its release date has been shifted to Aug. 12. However, it is still not clear that when it would be released in theatres, but reportedly the Warner Bros. studio is expecting to announce its new release date very soon.

According to the report, director of the upcoming sci-fi thriller Nolan, who is a staunch advocate and has a great big-screen experience, sincerely hoped that “Tenet” might lead the restart of nationwide and global moviegoing.

Reports have confirmed that several other films were also expecting there releases partially around the launch of “Tenet.”

Warner Bros. Pictures Group chairman Toby Emmerich disclosed that “the studio will soon share a new “2020 release date” for  Christopher Nolan’s wholly original and mind-blowing feature,” “Tenet.” And then he added that “It may be a much different rollout, with the film opening in staggered international release’’, and Emmerich further explained that  “We are not treating ‘Tenet’ like a traditional global day-and-date release, and our upcoming marketing and distribution plans will reflect that”.

The upcoming sci-fi thriller has been directed and written by Christofer Nolan “Tenet,”. And Robert Pattinson,  John David Washington, Dimple Kapadia, Elizabeth Debicki, Michael Caine, and Kenneth Branagh will be featured in the film.

Apart from that, due to ongoing coronavirus pandemic, several other films have been postponed. Patty Jenkins’’s hotly anticipated superhero sequel “Wonder Woman 1984,” has also been switched from Aug. 14 to Oct. 2, while the release of “Bill & Ted Face the Music,” the third installment of Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter’s time-traveling comedy series, has also been delayed to two weeks and will now release on Aug. 28.