‘Tenet’ movie release delayed indefinitely in new blow to movie theaters By Reuters

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LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – WarnerBros on Monday stated it was postponing indefinitely the release of Christopher Nolan’s movie “Tenet,” in a more blow to the country’s movie theater chains that were hoping to return to service regardless of the coronavirus pandemic.

“Tenet,” due out onAug 12, was set up to be the very first significant Hollywood movie out in U.S. theaters following the shutdown in mid-March

“Unfortunately, the pandemic continues to proliferate, causing us to reevaluate our release dates,” WarnerBros Pictures Group chairman Toby Emmerich stated in a declaration.

“We will share a new 2020 release date imminently for ‘Tenet’,” he included.

The choice marked the 3rd time the release date for the huge budget plan movie has actually been altered since of the coronavirus. It was initially due for release on July 17, then altered to July 31, and later on toAug 12.

The movie theater service has actually been ravaged by the coronavirus shutdowns, laying off 10s of countless staff members and loaning funds to survive.

Nationwide chains AMC Entertainment (NYSE:-RRB-, Cinemark and Cineworld’s Regal Cinemas were set up to be back in service on July 31, with safeguards consisting of minimal presence, additional cleansing and face masks for visitors and employees.

But New York city movie theaters, and those in Los Angeles – the 2 greatest markets in the United States – still do not have the thumbs-up from city authorities to resume as coronavirus cases and deaths have actually surged once again.

Walt Disney (NYSE:-RRB-‘s live action “Mulan” is presently still on the calendar forAug 21.

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