Tenet, tthe film intends to kick off the pandemic escape exhibition but is actually only doing so abroad, to premiere on 4K, Blu Ray, DVD and digital on December 15.
The time-travel horror film grossed a lackluster $ 53.8 million at the domestic box office at a time when Warner Bros. is trying to reorganize the show, but it has made $ 293.3 million overseas thanks to the power of the Asian market, where movies are back, towards a global gross of 350 million. dollars. Much of that has to do with the uneven mixed messages about how we reopened overall during the pandemic in the US (not just movie theaters) versus homogeneity in other countries. However, the audience is still cautious when it comes to the cinema.
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The film directed by Christopher Nolan has yet to hit the big screen in New York City and Los Angeles, and the main markets for filmmakers are still being closed by COVID-19. If New York and LA reopened next month, one would have to imagine that total sales would drop because Tenet, because of how it will compete with itself on DVD. Last weekend representative Tenetfor the first time in San Francisco, the city has just reopened cinemas without concessions. AMC Metreon in the City by the Bay is Tenet3rd grossing position in the US
The Tenet Package that combines 4K UHD and Blu-ray will include hours long “See the world in a new way: Formation Tenet,“Will explore the development and production of the film as told the cast and crew. Tenet will retail for $ 44.95 on 4K UHD, $ 35.99 on Blu-ray, and $ 28.98 on DVD.
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