The famous filmmaker Christopher Nolan’s latest movie “Tenet” release postponed indefinitely due to excessive cases of COVID-19.
Warner Bros. announced the release of Christopher Nolan’s new film “Tenet” has been postponed indefinitely, a setback for movie theatres that are preparing to make a comeback despite the COVID-19 epidemics. The film was set to release on August 12 following a shutdown in March. Earlier, the date was fixed for July and June. Then it postponed to August due to the slowdown in COVID 19.
“Unfortunately, the pandemic continues to proliferate, causing us to re-evaluate our release dates. And we will share a new 2020 release date imminently for Tenet” -Group chairman of Warner Bros. Pictures Toby Emmerich said in his statement. Actors like John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, Kenneth Branagh and Dimple Kapadia are in the lead roles in the movie.
The film industry will be one of the worst-hit areas by the Corona epidemic. Not only Hollywood or Bollywood, but film entrepreneurs all over the world are losing millions of dollars. There are a number of films in a crisis that have not been released, have not been able to shoot on the scheduled dates and have stopped shooting halfway through. Most of the filmmakers can focus on the platforms like OTT until the Corona troubles are over.
Even though the US’ chain AMC Entertainment, Cinemark and Cine World’s Regional Cinemas have decided to return to business on July 31 with the right precautions, they provide safety, including proper attendance, extra cleaning and face masks for workers and visitors to the establishment.