Check out the trailer for director Christopher Nolan’s new movie, “Tenet.”

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As coronavirus instances spike all in excess of the nation, studios are actively playing release-day musical chairs the moment all over again.

Ponder Lady 1984,” director Patty Jenkins’ hotly expected superhero sequel starring Gal Gadot as the title Amazon warrior, is shifting from Aug. 14 to Oct. 2, going but a different large flick out of what’s remaining of 2020’s summer-film year. Warner Bros. is also shifting another large-profile film, Christopher Nolan’s mystery thriller “Tenet,” two months, to July 31.

“Desire we have been sharing our film yesterday but there are more significant factors heading on in our globe we’d relatively you concentration on for now,” wrote Jenkins in a tweet Friday. “Thank you to our supporters for getting so terrific, by our sides. Just cannot Wait for you to see it! Sending love and healing to the world. See you October 2nd!!”

Gadot chimed in, tweeting: “Wow, it is really lastly going on, & I could not be far more enthusiastic! To all the fans that stuck w/ us through this time, thank u so a lot! We could not have carried out this w/o you. I am so psyched for you to get to see this #WW84, it will be worthy of the wait.”

A different project making a shift: “Invoice and Ted Face the New music.” The third installment in the time-traveling comedy series starring Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter is shifting up a week to the Aug. 14 spot that “Wonder Girl” left.

Warner Bros. also said Friday it will re-release Nolan’s “Inception” in theaters July 17 to celebrate the film’s 10th anniversary, saying the occasion will include a “in no way-before-witnessed” glance at footage from “Tenet,” the secretive sci-fi action movie starring John David Washington and Robert Pattinson, alongside with an “distinctive sneak peek of choose movies on Warner Bros.’ future slate.” 

Friday’s film information marks the initially big delays announced because March, when the COVID-19 pandemic despatched Hollywood into a tailspin and studios scooted their significant summer season videos to the slide and into 2021.

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The “Tenet” delay now places the force on Disney, as its live-action remake “Mulan” (July 24) could likely be the 1st blockbuster-variety film to strike theaters as cinemaplexes aim to reopen in July. Also on tap: the Russell Crowe street-rage thriller “Unhinged” and the intimate comedy “The Broken Hearts Gallery” (executive manufactured by Selena Gomez), each opening July 10.

Contributing: Andrea Mandell


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