As the Coronavirus pandemic continues to haunt the entire world many big-budget films have decided to push back their release dates. Christopher Nolan's highly anticipated film Tenet has now rescheduled its worldwide premiere to July 31st. Warner Bros. released a statement about many of their films and their release dates on Friday.
Theatres across the world are shut since mid-March when many countries went into total lockdown. As theatres as containment hotspots governments of many countries have decided to keep it shut. Many theatres are planning to reopen in July with an entirely new way of watching films in the theatre. Any theatre will also follow all social distancing guidelines when they reopen. Warner Bros. also announced a change in the release schedule for Patty Jenkins's Wonder Woman 1984. The film is a sequel to the 2017 hit Wonder Woman film. The film has shifted from an August release to Oct. 2. Tenet will arrive in theatres a week after Disney’s live-action version of Mulan is released on July 24.
Meanwhile, the highly anticipated Marvel film Black Widow and the ninth installment in the Fast & Furious franchise have also delayed their release. Earlier Black Widow and Fast and Furious 9 was set to arrive on the big screen in early and mid-summer.
Christopher Nolan's Tenet stars Robert Pattinson, John David Washington, Elizabeth Debicki, Himesh Patel, and Indian actor Dimple Kapadia in various pivotal roles. The film has shot in various places across the world including Denmark, Estonia, India, Italy, Norway, and the United Kingdom.