Sci-fi espionage thriller Tenet, directed by Christopher Nolan, is ready to start streaming on HBO Max from May 1.
The Warner Bros movie, which was initially scheduled for a July 2020 launch, opened in theatres of 70 nations final August within the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. It launched in choose US cities on September 3.
“Good news for anyone experiencing time linearly: Tenet is streaming May 1 on HBO via HBO Max!” HBO Max tweeted on its official web page on Saturday.
Tenet acquired a theatrical launch months earlier than the studio determined its 2021 titles would debut on the streaming service HBO Max, owned by their dad or mum firm WarnerMedia, concurrently the flicks launched in cinema halls.
The slate contains extremely anticipated films, like In the Heights, Dune and the fourth Matrix movie.
The digital launch of Tenet is an attention-grabbing flip of occasions following Nolan’s sharp criticism of WarnerMedia when the corporate introduced its choice to premiere its productions for the yr 2021 in cinemas and on HBO Max.
(*1*) Nolan mentioned in a press release, following the announcement in December.
Tenet grossed almost USD 58 million in North America and over USD 363 million worldwide. It starred John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, Martin Donovan, Michael Caine, Kenneth Branagh and Dimple Kapadia.
The movie can also be nominated for 2 Oscars — greatest achievement in visible results and greatest achievement in manufacturing design — on the 93rd Academy Awards, to be held on April 25.