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Christopher Nolan’s ‘Tenet’ Is Delayed for Release (Again)

Whereas many movie studios have experimented with the choice of digital-release-only, it appears that won’t be the trail Tenet will take.

Warner Bros., Common and Disney have all given a whirl at including some titles to digital-first exclusives, launching both by way of premium video-on-demand platforms for a selected payment, or premiering solely on streaming companies. Hamilton, for instance, premiered on Disney Plus, and in accordance with The Verge, Disney CEO Bob Chapek mentioned it introduced in “quite a lot of new individuals” to the streamer. So, why not strive that with Tenet?

The Verge defined, “Christopher Nolan films carry out exceedingly effectively on the field workplace, and Tenet is the kind of movie that might have crossed $1 billion simply in non-pandemic occasions. Warner Bros. nonetheless clearly thinks that Tenet can produce a excessive income for the studio, and executives hold Nolan — a staunch believer within the theatrical expertise — comfortable.”

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