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- Tenetis now available to stream on various video-on-demand (VOD) services.
- The sci-fi movie got a theatrical release in September, but some people couldn’t see the movie due to theater closings in their area.
- You can now buy or rent “Tenet” through platforms such as Prime Video Vudu, and Fandango Now
- Read more: How to Rent Movies Online
Christopher Nolan’s “Tenetwas one of the few big budget studio films to be released in theaters in 2020. The film debuted on the big screen in September, but as many theaters remain closed, only a select audience got to see the film when it premiered went.
Grateful, “Tenetis finally available to purchase or rent on a variety of streaming platforms, allowing a wider audience to enjoy Nolan’s latest sci-fi epic. The film centers on a CIA agent who embarks on a mission to help prevent World War III. bending elements, the film builds on director Christopher Nolan’s penchant for stunning action and complicated storytelling.
Tenetstars John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, Kenneth Branagh and Michael Caine. Christopher Nolan is best known for directing blockbuster films such as “The Dark Knight”, “Inception” and “Interstellar.” The filmmaker has been nominated for three Academy Awards throughout his career, including a Best Director nomination for “Dunkirk” in 2018.
Nolan has long been an advocate for the big screen movie experience and encouraged Warner Bros. urges to release “Tenet” in theaters, despite box office challenges caused by theater closings. The director recently criticized HBO Max’s decision to stream all of Warner’s upcoming 2021 movies
“Tenet” has received positive reviews from critics since its premiere in September. The movie is currently rated “70% fresh” on the review collection website Rotten tomatoes, as well as a score of 69/100 on Metacritic
Updated 1/5/2021 by Steven Cohen: Added new details about renting “Tenet” online.
How to watch ‘Tenet’
“Tenet” is now available to rent or purchase through several VOD retailers, including Amazon Prime Video Vudu Fandango Now Microsoft Apple TV, and Google PlayThe movie costs $ 19.99 to buy. After purchase, you can stream the movie whenever you want through the service you selected.
Starting January 5, “Tenet” is now also available for rent through VOD platforms for $ 5.99. Digital rentals typically give you 30 days to start streaming. After you start viewing a rental car, they usually expire after 48 hours.
The movie is available in standard definition (SD), high definition (HD) and 4K Ultra HD resolution with high dynamic distance (HDR) via all listed services. Prices are currently the same no matter which version you buy.
To watch ‘Tenet’ through any of the services listed above, you will need to sign up for an account with the store of your choice and download the accompanying streaming app. Apps for Amazon Prime Video, Vudu, FandangoNow, Apple TV, Microsoft Movies, and Google Play are available on mobile devices, as well as many smart TVs and streaming players
In addition to VOD services, “Tenet” is also available for purchase on DVD Blu-ray, and 4K Ultra HD Blu-rayBlu-ray disc formats still offer advantages over streaming options, including lossless audio and higher quality video with less compression. While most people will be happy with streaming if you have a 4K TV and you want to watch “Tenet” in the best quality available, then you have one 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray player and the 4K disc
What other brand new movies can I watch at home?
In addition to ‘Tenet’, there are several other brand new movies you can buy or rent at home. As selected theaters in the US remain closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, many studios continue to release new titles directly through VOD services.
Universal, Sony, Paramount, Disney, Lionsgate, and Warner Brothers offer streaming rental or purchase options for select titles originally scheduled for movie theaters. Digital rentals or in-theater purchases can be made through a variety of services, including Amazon Prime Video Apple TV Vudu Fandango Now, and Google PlayFor more information about digital rental, check out our guide to streaming rental services
Warner Bros. is even going a step further with its streaming plans, as the studio has announced that it already has upcoming movies in theaters and on HBO Max simultaneouslyThe ambitious strategy began with the premiere of “Wonder Woman 1984on December 25th.