Although new cases of corona are still emerging around the world, it seems that the fear of an epidemic is slowly fading around the world, the latest example of which is the release of the film by Warner Bros in the next month August. Yes, although cinema halls are still closed in all regions of the world, including the United States and European countries, and so far, no country has clearly announced the opening of cinemas.
However, Hollywood production house Warner Bros. and filmmaker Christopher Nolan have announced that their new film, Tenet, will be released worldwide on August 26. Warner Bros. and AT&T Studios announced on July 27 that the film would be released next month, August 26, according to Reuters. Cinema owners in other regions, including the United States and Europe, have welcomed the production house's announcement of the film's release, but government officials have not yet commented on the film's release.
The first trailer of 'Tenet' came out in December 2019, which made it difficult to understand the story of the science fiction movie. The film was already announced for release in July 2020, but due to the coronavirus, the screening of several major films, including the said film, was postponed or canceled. In other parts of the world, including the United States and European countries, cinema halls have been closed since March 2020 due to Corona and screenings of several major films have been stopped.
The closure of cinema halls around the world is thought to cost the Hollywood industry ڈالر 10 billion, but it now looks like cinema halls will reopen soon. Although corona cases are declining in many countries, new cases are emerging from around the world. According to Showbiz website Variety, the tent will first be launched on August 26 in European countries: Belgium, Croatia, Bulgaria, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, the Netherlands, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Lithuania, Sweden, Switzerland, Serbia, and the United Kingdom. Will be released.
Interestingly, the studio has also announced that the film will be released on August 26 in Egypt, Indonesia, Turkey, and South Korea. The tent will be released in more countries the next day, August 27, and the film will be released in Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Malaysia, and other Middle Eastern countries on the same day.
Production houses have announced that the film will be released in the US in the first week of September, while production houses plan to release the film in countries like India, China, Brazil, and Mexico by mid-September. The release date of the film has not been announced. The production houses did not make an announcement regarding the release of the film in Pakistan.
It is believed that before the release of the film, the production houses will release the film in special cinema halls after negotiations with the local governments.