The highly anticipated Christopher Nolan movie ‘Tenet’ is delayed again for the third time
The release saga of ‘Tenet,’ starring John David Washington as a man trying to prevent a worldwide disaster, has become almost as mind-bending as one of its director’s films.
“Tenet” faces an additional obstacle in China, the second-largest movie market, where many theaters will reopen this week. The problem lies in the requirement of the government that movies run no longer than two hours to limit social interactions. For comparison, ‘Tenet’ has a runtime of 2 hours and 30 minutes.
Despite some of its fans clamoring for an online release, it is not expected that ‘Tenet’ will do so. Aside from being opposed by Nolan, it would tremendously limit the film’s expected take in.
Tenet focuses on a protagonist, played by John David Washington, trying to save the world from disaster. Its other stars include Robert Pattinson and Sir Kenneth Branagh.
To ease our suffering a little bit, here is its latest trailer below,