Christopher Nolan's "Tenet" hit an important milestone, crossing the $250 million mark at the global box office. That benchmark is bolstered by international revenues, where the sci-fi thriller has surpassed $200 million in ticket sales. But in the U.S., "Tenet" is still struggling to attract audiences. The movie earned $4.7 million in its third weekend, […]
After months of delays, Christopher Nolan's sci-fi epic "Tenet" finally arrived in U.S. theaters and generated $20.2 million over Labor Day weekend. Ticket sales, though difficult to dissect given the uncharted waters of the coronavirus era, are roughly in line with expectations for a new release during a pandemic. The espionage thriller is already nearing […]
Hollywood has been slow to reopen amid the coronavirus pandemic — even with detailed safety and sanitation measures in place.
Christopher Nolan's sci-fi epic "Tenet" is charting a new course for blockbusters during the pandemic by opening in foreign territories before it lands in the U.S. However, many of the factors that make “Tenet” the milestone film in the cinema industry’s post-coronavirus road to recovery are simultaneously elements that expose it to piracy. That runs […]
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Warner Bros. has removed "Tenet" from its release calendar, delivering a big blow on the exhibition industry at a time when movie theaters had hoped to peg their re-opening to the late summer debut of Christopher Nolan's sci-fi thriller. Though necessary given the mass uncertainty over when cinemas across the globe can safely reopen, the […]
If movie theaters are banking on Christopher Nolan's "Tenet" to ride to their rescue, they may have to wait a lot longer for help. That's the takeaway from a new note by Eric Handler, a leading exhibition industry analyst with MKM Partners, who predicts that there's a "low likelihood" that "Tenet" will open on Aug. […]
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Hollywood's hopes for salvaging its summer season have effectively ended after the releases of both Christopher Nolan's “Tenet” and the Walt Disney Co.'s live-action reboot of “Mulan” were again delayed. With reported cases of the coronavirus surging in parts of the U.S., Disney on Friday followed Warner Bros. in pushing “Mulan" to late August. “While the pandemic has changed our release plans for ‘Mulan’ and we will continue to be flexible as conditions require, it has not changed our belief in the power of this film and its message of hope and perseverance,” said Disney co-chairmen Alan Horn and Alan Bergman in a joint statement.
It’s impossible. Batman Forever is currently streaming on HBO Max. After a two-movie delay, Robin finally joined Batman’s side in Batman Forever, but with Chris O’Donnell instead of Wayans in the red-and-green outfit.
"Tenet," Christopher Nolan's highly anticipated espionage thriller, has pushed back its theatrical debut by two weeks, ending months of speculation about whether or not the $200 million tentpole would hold onto its mid-July release date. The Warner Bros. film, which stars Robert Pattinson and John David Washington, was initially slated for July 17 and will […]
"Tenet" and "Fortnite" became an unlikely duo Thursday night. Christopher Nolan's upcoming thriller teased more action and time-bending mystery in a new trailer released in the hugely popular battle royale video game. Not much is known about the film, which is Nolan's first since 2017's "Dunkirk." It follows a group of secret agents who are […]
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Movie theaters are banking on "Inception" director Christopher Nolan's upcoming thriller to bring back audiences to the cineplex amid coronavirus crisis.
The first trailer for Nolan's 11th feature, "Tenet," debuted today and based on this two-and-a-half minute taste, it’s going to be another A-list mindbender from the architect behind Inception and The Dark Knight trilogy.
Christopher Nolan’s next movie now has a title and a rounded-out cast, as Warner Bros. announced on Wednesday that it is called “Tenet.”John David Washington leads the previously announced cast that also stars Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki. And joining the project are Dimple Kapadia, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Clémence Poésy, Michael Caine and Kenneth Branagh.Filming has also now begun on “Tenet,” which is being filmed on location across seven countries and is described only as an action epic evolving from the world of international espionage. Nolan will further be shooting “Tenet” in a combination of IMAX and 70mm film.Also Read: Christopher Nolan Is Trying to Make Sure His Movies Won't Look Weird on TVWarner Bros. has additionally unveiled the creative team on the project. Hoyte van Hoytema (“Dunkirk,” “Interstellar”) is the director of photography, Nathan Crowley is the production designer, Jennifer Lane is the editor, Jeffrey Kurland designed the costumes, Andrew Jackson is the visual effects supervisor, and Ludwig Göransson, an Oscar winner for “Black Panther,” is composing the score.Nolan is producing the film with Emma Thomas based on his own screenplay, and this will be the director’s 10th feature. Thomas Hayslip is serving as executive producer.Pattinson previously told USA Today that he was “sworn to secrecy” in discussing “Tenet,” but that he was blown away by Nolan’s action epic.Also Read: The Oscar Legacy of 'The Dark Knight': Christopher Nolan's Hit Changed the Rules, But Did That Even Matter?“I got locked in a room to read the script — I don’t have it myself,” Pattinson told USA Today. “I’ve been a little wary of doing big movies for years and years, but there’s just something about Chris Nolan’s stuff. He seems like the only director now who can do what is essentially a very personal, independent movie that has huge scale. I read the script and it’s unreal.”Caine has starred in nearly every Christopher Nolan movie dating back to “Batman Begins,” and he had an uncredited voice part in “Dunkirk,” which also starred Branagh. Posey is best known for “In Bruges” and her work in the Harry Potter films as Fleur Delacour. Taylor-Johnson will next star in the third “Kingsman” film. Kapadia is a Bollywood star.Warner Bros. is distributing “Tenet” worldwide and has slated the film for a July 17, 2020 release.Read original story Christopher Nolan’s New Film Gets a Title as Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Michael Caine Join the Cast At TheWrap
John David Washington, the breakout performer in Spike Lee’s Oscar-winning “BlackKklansman,” is set to star in director Christopher Nolan’s next event film from Warner Bros.The film is currently untitled and the plot for the film has been kept under wraps, but it has been described as an “event film,” with one insider calling it a massive, innovative, action blockbuster that will screen in IMAX. A July 17, 2020 release date has already been set.Nolan wrote the script and is directing. He will also produce the film along with his producing partner Emma Thomas. The project is still in the preproduction stage.Also Read: New Christopher Nolan Imax Film Set for Summer 2020 ReleaseNolan most recently wrote, directed and produced “Dunkirk” at the studio in 2017. The film went on to win three Oscars and gross $527.0 million at the box office worldwide.Washington, who stars in the HBO series “Ballers” alongside Dwayne Johnson, broke out last year in Lee’s fact-based drama “BlacKkKlansman.”“BlacKkKlansman” pulled in $90.9 million worldwide on a $15 million production budget. It also garnered six Oscar nominations, and earned Lee his first competitive Academy Award for best adapted screenplay.Also Read: Denzel Washington in Talks to Join Warner Bros' 'Little Things'In “BlacKkKlansman,” Washington played Ron Stallworth, the first black police officer in the Colorado Springs police department who successfully manages to infiltrate the local Ku Klux Klan branch.Both the film and Washington’s performance received critical acclaim, earning him a SAG and Golden Globe nomination for best actor in a drama.Washington and Nolan are repped by WME.Read original story ‘BlacKkKlansman’ Star John David Washington to Lead Christopher Nolan’s Next Film At TheWrap
Warner Bros. has set Christopher Nolan's next movie for July 17, 2020. The studio made the announcement Friday afternoon about the untitled project, which will also be released in Imax. It did not reveal any other details. Warner Bros. released Nolan's "Dunkirk" on the same weekend in 2017. The studio has handled distribution on every […]
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As "2001: A Space Odyssey" nears its 50th anniversary theatrical rerelease, Stanley Kubrick's right-hand man, Leon Vitali, says footage Kubrick cut from the film is locked in a Warner Bros. vault — and will stay there.
Nolan will also present a Cannes Masterclass in which he will discuss his career and passion for Kubrick’s filmography.
Fresh off film's Golden Globes nominations, we present a rare look at how filmmaker Christopher Nolan made his breathtaking WWII film, "Dunkirk."