After so many delays, it appears the U.S. won’t have to wait long to see Christopher Nolan‘s Tenet. Several new posters were released on Wednesday, as well as news of a September premiere date for the States, according to Screenrant.
The new international posters indicate that time is running out. And it seems that it certainly is. The posters feature stars John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Kenneth Branagh and Elizabeth Debicki. And you can see a release date of August 26 on some of the posters. Tenet will premiere on that day in 70 countries around world, excluding the United States. According to a the IMAX Twitter account, the film will debut in IMAX soon.
Ready for inversion, immersion, and the ultimate IMAX experience? Christopher Nolan’s @TenetFilm was shot on IMAX Film and made to be experienced in #IMAX. Opening only in theatres soon. #TENET pic.twitter.com/AHrcHdI19W
— IMAX (@IMAX) August 5, 2020
Tenet has to be the most anticipated film of 2020. The film’s original release date was in July. Due to the coronavirus, the film got pushed back several times. Now that the rest of the world is seeing a decline in COVID cases, they are opening their movie theaters. AMC and Regal Cinemas announced they will open most of their theaters in the United States on August 21. Both are offering five dollar tickets on classic movies and concession deals. (Check theater websites for more details on safety protocols and ticket information.)
For now, Tenet will release around the world on August 26 and in select cities in the U.S. on Thursday, September 3. Check out the posters below.
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