Christopher Nolan’s Tenet has shocked the world, even with its limited displays around the world. The film, which was to be released worldwide in June 2020, was postponed three times due to the pandemic. The creators ultimately opted for a partial release and the film made it to restricted markets between August 26 and September 18, 2020. The film, which has already been released in 70 countries around the world, has now been leaked on torrent websites. The entire movie was leaked online for free on sites like Tamilrockers, MovieRulz, and Telegram.
All of 2020’s major releases have met the same fate, including Disney + Hotstars Mulan, which was released on the streaming platform months ago at a premium price.
Coming back to Tenet, the film has been released in the US, UK, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Russia, Korea, Japan and finally hits the screens in India today (December 4). Critic and audience response to the film has been positive, with many arguing that one look will not be enough to understand the spectacle that Nolan has created.
Written and directed by Christopher Nolan, the film was reportedly made on a budget of $ 200 million and is one of the most expensive films to date. Tenet has reportedly gotten back over $ 53 million after being released in just 41 markets and some of the biggest markets for Hollywood releases such as the US, China and India have yet to be tapped. According to reports, Tenet has already sold 25,000 tickets in advance booking in India and is expected to earn around Rs 5 crore at the box office in the first weekend.
The time-consuming spy thriller features John David Washington, alongside Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, Dimple Kapadia, Michael Caine, Kenneth Branagh, Clémence Poésy, Himesh Patel, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Fiona Dourif, Andrew Howard, Martin Donovan, Sean Avery, Jack Cutmore Scott and Denzil Smith.
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