"Tenet" to premiere two weeks later than planned ({{contentCtrl.commentsTotal}})

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John David Washington on "Tenet". Source: Tore Kristiansen/VG/SCANPIX

The film "Tenet" by British director Christopher Nolan, which producer Warner Bros. shot scenes for in Tallinn last summer, will premiere two weeks later than planned.

While originally "Tenet" was meant to air in cinemas on July 17, Warner Bros. postponed it to July 31 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Alongside "Tenet", Nolan's earlier movie "Inception" will also air in U.S. cinemas, to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the film.

Warner Bros. also postponed "Wonder Woman 1984" for two months.

As reported on ERR News, the July release was jeopardized as the coronavirus pandemic struck Los Angeles County. Without an L.A. premiere it was highly unlikely the movie would have been shown first elsewhere, including in Tallinn, where filming locations included Laagna tee in Lasnamäe, the Linnahall, and Pärnu mnt.

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