Movies from showing in his theatres, as he did for Universal. This was because NBCUniversal planned to release more large streaming movies even after the reopening of theatres, which Aran took as a breakdown of the way the film was released, but Warner Bros. is believed to also recognize the importance of theatres, at least for a specific movie that should only be released in theatres.
We’re talking about Tenet, as we often do, which was delayed once again earlier this week when Warner Bros. decided to completely remove it from its next release schedule. It no longer has a specific release date in the books, but at the time the study suggested it still hoped it would hit theatres in 2020, even if that meant it would launch first outside of the U.S., because countries really They should agree when it comes to coronavirus, like many others. Now, Warner Bros. has made its plans for Tenet a bit clearer, with Deadline reporting that the studio has effectively confirmed that Tenet will not be released in a broadcast or VOD prior to a theatrical release.
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In a conference call with analysts (sounds funny), AT&T CEO John Stanke said I mean, “I can insuring with Tenet, that will not be the case. ” So there is room for manoeuvre because he doesn’t say, he gets a tattoo that says “Theory will be in theatres, no problem.” But AT&T is the parent company of WarnerMedia, so if anyone says that what’s happening is Tenet, it’s Stanky.