Tenet Movie Confirmed For An International Release

The Movie Will Open In Several Countries, Including China

Tenet Movie Confirmed For An International Release

There is finally some good news for moviegoers all over the world. Christopher Nolan's highly anticipated movie, Tenet is all set for an International release, ahead of its US opening.

The global Coronavirus pandemic has put a halt on all entertainment, fashion, and public gatherings of any sort since March. It has been a frustrating time for everyone and businesses have felt the full brunt of the pandemic and the ongoing lockdown during this period. 

Hollywood has faced a similar disruption and all its scheduled movie releases have been pushed back due to the deadly pandemic. The latest movie to fall victim to the Coronavirus calamity is Tenet, a film by Christopher Nolan. However, there is finally some good news for Nolan fans.

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The movie will be released internationally on August 26. It will be opened in 70 countries across the world, including most of Europe, Australia, Japan, China, Canada, and South Korea.

Tenet is one of the most hyped-up and highly anticipated movies of the year. It is an upcoming spy film written and directed by Christopher Nolan. It stars John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, Dimple Kapadia, Michael Caine, and Kenneth Branagh. It is a co-production between the United Kingdom and the United States.


Previously, the movie's release had been delayed three times due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic. The situation in the United States is grim but producers are hopeful of getting good numbers after a delayed-release over there.

The movie will then open in the US on Thursday, 3 September for the Labour Day holiday weekend, traditionally an important time for the cinema business.

The studio got a late boost when the movie was approved for a release in China, a country that is a very important foreign market for Hollywood. 

Tenet would be one of the first movies to screen worldwide after the cinemas got closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. 

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