While most major film premieres this year have been postponed due to the global coronavirus crisis, Christopher Nolan's "Tenet," which was filmed in part in Tallinn, seems determined to stick to its original July premiere date.
While the July 17 premiere date for "Tenet" has long since been known, questions nonetheless remain regarding whether movie theaters worldwide will be reopened in time and, more importantly, whether people are willing to head to the movies, writes Flickering Myth.
There has also been speculation that Warner Bros. will ultimately delay the premiere until later this summer, but for now it appears as though the American entertainment conglomerate is sticking to its original July premiere date.
With a $205 million budget and filming taking place in several locations worldwide, including Estonia, "Tenet" is a major project that will reportedly need to gross $1 billion at the box office in order for the studio to break even.
Written and directed by Nolan and co-produced by Emma Thomas and Nolan, "Tenet" stars John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, Dimple Kapadia, Michael Caine and Kenneth Branagh.
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