After several changes of dates and many doubts regarding future plans, Tenet will arrive in Spain at the end of August.
Christopher Nolan and Warner Bros are definitely doing their best to bring movie theaters to Tenet. The film will open in numerous international markets in late August, while in the United States they will have to wait until September 3, a week later.
A few days ago, Warner indefinitely delayed the premiere of Tenet, while warning that the distribution strategy would depart from traditional norms to face an unprecedented moment in the industry. Finally, the new Christopher Nolan will hit 70 markets outside the United States, including Spain, where we will have it in theaters on August 28. Thus ends, or so it seems, a series of delays that made Tenet go from opening in our country on July 17, to the 31 of the same month, to August 12.
Is it a good decision?
Among the countries that have not yet planned the premiere of Tenet are China, one of the most profitable markets of the moment, and all these countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, India , Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, the Philippines, Puerto Rico, South Africa, Uruguay, Venezuela.
Tenet's arrival in theaters, through thick and thin, appears to be a personal crusade of Christopher Nolan himself, who for years has defended movie theaters against the popularity of streaming, and when the coronavirus pandemic began he wrote an open letter asking viewers to support theaters when all of this happens. In fact, it is said that the distributor did not really want to release Tenet in the midst of all this crisis.
In this way, you have to see how this movie will fare, which needs to raise more than 800 million dollars to start making a profit.
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