‘Tenet’ is lastly coming to New York Metropolis theaters – Deltaplex Information

(NEW YORK) – For the first time since the US movie openings pandemic delay in August, Christopher Nolan’s time-consuming thriller Tenet is finally coming to New York City theaters.

The Big Apple has recently started reopening its cinemas under strict COVID-19 rules, and the film will finally be shown to movie fans on Friday, starring John David Washington, Robert Pattinson and Kenneth Branagh.

The film will no longer be aggregated at several AMC locations, including the flagship in Times Square, the Village East by Angelika in downtown, and the Showcase Cinemas in Jamaica, Queens.

The film, which grossed more than $ 353 million worldwide despite the impact of the pandemic on cinemas worldwide, was already available on streaming and Blu-ray / DVD – and for a limited time on HBO Max – to Nolan’s chagrin. Deadline reports, however, that the filmmaker was, among other things, “industrial titans” who are personally campaigning for the embattled governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo, to reopen the theaters.

By Stephen Iervolino
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