Following a lot of speculations, Warner Bros. has finally revealed that Christopher Nolan’s Tenet starring John David Washington and Robert Pattinson has been delayed by two weeks. The spy thriller, which was planned to be released on July 17 will now be arriving to the big screens on July 31.
The release date for DC’s Wonder Woman 1984 is also getting pushed.
Wonder Woman 1984 is the other movie by Warner Bros. that has been pushed. But unlike Tenet, Wonder Woman 1984 is getting pushed by almost two months. The movie was set to be released in August 14, but will now be releasing in October 2.
This becomes the second delay the movie has experienced, since it was originally set to appear on June 5th. Then the coronavirus pandemic happened and caused delays in almost all the movies, and affected the production of many others. Marvel’s Black Widow was set to be released in May but has been pushed to December.
To cover up for Tenet‘s delay, theatres are now going to re-release another one of Nolan’s finest movies, Inception on July 17th to celebrate its 10th anniversary.
Tenet is one movie that’s plot has still been largely kept under wraps. But knowing it’s a Christopher Nolan film, we can guarantee that it’s going to be yet another masterpiece. Apart from the basic information which states that Washington’s character, who is called The Protagonist, has been given the duty to prevent another World War from happening, we know nothing.
The movie also stars Elizabeth Debicki, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Kenneth Branagh, Michael Caine, and Dimple Kapadia. The roles are also kept well hidden from us.
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