The eyes of many are on the latest film production by Christopher Nolan, a film that seems to want to hit the big screen on July 17 and could be said to basically define the film activity for the rest of the year.
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As we well know the restrictions in the cinemas could cause this feature film that promises to be epic, to be a resounding failure at the box office, due to what has caused the virus that currently affects the entire world.
Therefore, the famous production house Warner Bros. has established that globally, at least 80% of theaters must already be open in order to launch the long-awaited premiere of Tenet on the date that has already been established previously.
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According to some media, Warner still maintains his hopes that movie theaters in big cities such as New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco will reopen, in order to launch said premiere in the middle of summer.
Since these three US cities are key to fundraising, with only these three 25% of the total is contributed locally, in the first weekend after launch.
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On the other hand, speaking worldwide, there are only a few companies in the film entertainment industry that are already starting their normal work or are already planning to reopen soon, however, the health authorities require and / or they will require operating with a much smaller number of people per room.
So the company that produces this film "Tenet" requires that at least 80% of cinemas around the world be open to be able to screen the science fiction film.
Another interesting fact is that it would be released on different dates, depending on the region, so Warner has decided that it is not a viable option for them, since there is also fear that the information will go viral (spoilers), which is quite understandable. . It should be remembered that to date not even a specific synopsis has been provided around the film.
So if the established conditions were not met, according to reports, Warner's calendar would be altered as follows: the premiere of Tenet would be postponed to August 19 and that of Wonder Woman 1984, to December 2020.