Summer is significant for Hollywood, during which numerous large films are released. However, due to the coronavirus in 2020, most of the films could not be released and the films that were to be released in late July, Tenet and Mulan, have also been postponed. Earlier, director Christopher Nolan's film Tenet was supposed to be released on July 17, but then it was postponed to July 31 and last week to August 12.
Disney Studios, on the other hand, has announced that it will release its film Mulan on August 21 instead of July 24, following a sharp rise in Coronavirus cases in the United States. Disney co-chairs Alan Horn and Alan Bergman said in a joint statement: “We had to change the release date of Mulan as a result of the epidemic, but we will be flexible depending on the circumstances”. The belief in the message has not changed.
On June 25, Warner Bros. also announced that Tenet would be released on August 12 instead of July 31. A Warner Bros. spokesman said: "We have decided to release the film in the middle of the week instead of Friday so that viewers can watch it on time. We intend to keep it running in cinemas for longer A very different but successful release strategy can be devised.
Companies across the United States plan to open cinemas extensively in the new release dates of Tenet and Mulan. AMC Theaters, Regal Cinemas, and Sign mark are the three largest movie theater companies in North America, with plans to reopen by mid-July. Where the 2010 film Inception will be released first and the audience will be able to see other small new films.
But plans to open a cinema in July have become uncertain as various US states have seen an increase in Code 19 cases. Disney has postponed plans to reopen Disneyland next month following a spate of cases in California, while the governor of New York has postponed a decision to reopen cinemas in the state.