Some U.S. moviegoers will be able to see Christopher Nolan’s “Tenet” a few days early. Warner Bros. on Tuesday said that it would be offering early access screenings starting Aug. 31 as a gesture of support to the domestic
The $200 million spy thriller starring John David Washington will open more widely in the U.S. on Sept. 3.
“Tenet” is the first major new Hollywood movie to be released in
“Warner Bros. is proud to support our partners in exhibition as they reopen their doors,” said Jeff Goldstein, Warner Bros.’ president of domestic distribution, in a written statement. “And there could be no better film to welcome audiences back to a true big-screen experience than ‘Tenet.’”
“Tenet” will open internationally first, arriving Aug 26 in more than 70 countries, including Japan, Russia, much of Europe, Australia and Canada.
The film, originally set for a July 17 release, had its premiere postponed several times because of global spikes in COVID-19.
Early domestic screenings of “Tenet” will be scheduled on the evenings of Aug. 21, Sept. 1 and Sept. 2 where
Lindsey Bahr, The Associated Press