Now that ‘Mulan‘ is headed straight to VOD, Christopher Nolan’s ‘Tenet‘ is the only film cinema owners have to look forward to. Their hope is that it brings people back to theater.
And it looks like we’ll know soon enough if they’re right because Tenet is still on track to premiere in several countries around the world.
It’s set to hit theaters in China on September 4, one week after China re-releases Nolan’s 2010 film, Inception.
Starting on August 26, Warner Bros. will begin rolling out the film in international markets.
Overseas, ‘Tenet’ will premiere in over 70 countries, including Australia, Japan, the United Kingdom and France. It was approved for release in China last week, but there remains some uncertainty around how cinemas will program the title.
It’s scheduled to be released in select theaters in the US sometime in September as well, although theaters in most major markets (including New York and Los Angeles) are still closed.
Check out the trailer below…