Going into 2020, it looked like Christopher Nolan and Warner Bros were on firm ground, with Tenet, his first movie since 2017’s Dunkirk, slated for a July 2020 release. Of course, like so many entertainment projects, Tenet found itself being affected by the health crisis and pushed back several times, before finally settling on an August 26 international release, followed by coming out in select U.S. cities on September 3, with a wider domestic rollout following. Nolan, a big fan of the theatrical experience, was adamant that Tenet not be sent to VOD, but with so many movie theaters still closed down during its big screen run, needless to say the movie’s commercial performance wasn’t nearly as good as it could have been during the Before Times.
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January 21, 2021