Christopher Nolan’s Tenet release date extended
The release date of Tenet, the next film directed by Christopher Nolan, has been extended once again. This is the second time the release of the much-awaited film has been delayed. Let us tell you that Tenet was set to hit theaters on July 17, but it was later postponed until July 31. The film will now be released on August 12. Warner Bro‘s released a statement on Thursday, announcing Tenet’s new release date. They said that fans have already met to discuss the plot of the film Christopher Nolan. Not much revealed in the trailer. Nolan said, “The film deals with time and the different ways in which time can function. Not to come in the physics text, but this idea of inverted material in which its entropy is inverted, so it is moving backward over time, which is relative to us.
Let us tell you that before the Coronavirus pandemic, the John David Washington-starrer film was scheduled to be released on July 17, but it was postponed to July 31, given the current circumstances. And now this film will come out in theaters on August 12. The film’s director Christopher Nolan said that ‘theaters have committed viewers to come on the big screen. What we need to be at this moment is flexible, and we are not. Considering it to be a traditional film release, we are choosing to open the film in the middle of the week to allow viewers to discover the film in their own time, and we look forward to developing it, far beyond the norm plan to play over an extended game period, very different yet successful release strategy. ‘The studio also announced that it delayed the re-release of Christopher Nolan’s 2010 film, Inception, on July 31. The film is being re-released this year to honor its 10th anniversary. John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, Clemens Posey, Dimple Kapadia, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Michael Cane, and Kenneth Branagh play the lead roles.
The special thing is that veteran Bollywood actress Dimple Kapadia is also acting in this film. She got a very brilliant part of Tenet. The second trailer of Tenet was released last month. From the first glance of the footage, it seems that the play has a larger plot and is assigned to John David Washington’s character to solve it.