Tenet is a forthcoming science-fiction spy movie starring Robert Pattinson, John David Washington, Elizabeth Debicki, Kenneth Branagh, Dimple Kapadia, and Michael Caine. Christopher Nolan serves as the director and the producer of the film.
It is speculated to release on August 26, 2020, in the United Kingdom, and on September 3, 2020, in the United States.
Tenet will release in all the parts of the United States except New York and Los Angeles
According to some sources, Tenet is speculated to release in theaters during the Labor Day week.
The sources even reveal that New York and Los Angeles theaters won’t be open for the release.
Recently, the film creators are trying to find out when the theater chains will reopen in the United States. Whenever Warner Bros.
Pictures have changed the release date of Tenet, film theaters in parts of the United States have changed their release dates for reopening too.
Moreover, other theatrical premieres have dragged their dates too. The main question is when the theaters in Los Angeles and New York would reopen.
These two cities are one of the largest markets for films in the US, which has numerous cinema halls. It is like a hub for new films. However, there is a probability of Tenet to premiere in the rest of the United States, except Los Angeles and New York.
Tenet Release date in certain parts of United States
Currently, the Tenet film premiere date is not fixed in the United States.
According to the sources, it is speculated to arrive in cinema halls on September 2, 2020, which is a few days before Labor Day (September 7, 2020).
This is happening for the very first time, where the film won’t be released in New York and Los Angeles.
As of now, only forty states have opened their theaters in the United States. Data shows, that Tenet is facing issues with the release on Labor Day weekend in regions like California, Arizona, New York, and New Jersey.
But don’t be sad, Tenet will still premiere in other parts of the country, which has 80 percent of the population.
Unfortunately, people residing in L.A. and N.Y. will have to wait for the theaters to reopen, to watch the film.
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