Tenet hit theaters in September, but Christopher Nolan finally broke his silence about the action movie’s pandemic performance.
“Warner Bros. release Tenet, And I’m glad it made almost 350 million dollars, ”he said period LA in an interview published on Tuesday.
Tenet, starring John David Washington and Robert Pattinson, getting a full chapter in British film critic Tom Shone’s latest book Nolan variants. During the interview, Shone and Nolan talked to Times on topics in the filmmaker’s works, discussion around his mind-blowing titles and more.
While Nolan expressed pleasure with Tenetbox office number, he told Times that he was afraid that the big studios might get the wrong message from the painting̵7;s pandemic performance.
“Instead of looking at where the movie has performed well and how the film can bring them much needed revenue, they are looking at where the film has failed to meet expectations before COVID and will capture First uses that as an excuse to make the exhibition take all the damage from the pandemic instead of getting involved in the game and adapting – in other words, rebuilding our business, ”He added.
He continues to urge industry and audiences to consider the importance of exhibitions and movie viewing experiences as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect box office releases and close local cinemas. . Back in March, Nolan wrote an article in the Washington Post in which he called cinemas “an important part of social life” worthy of preservation. In his latest interview, Nolan still holds that point.
“In the long run, going to the movies is a part of life, just like restaurants and everything else,” he said. “But for now, everyone has to adapt to a new reality.”