What Happens if Warner Bros Has to Delay ‘Tenet’ Because Health Officials Aren’t Ready to Reopen Theaters?
Warner Bros.’ anticipated Christopher Nolan blockbuster “Tenet” is touted as the film that can reignite a movie business beleaguered by the coronavirus pandemic. But major questions remain as to whether major cities — including New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Chicago — will be ready to reopen theaters in time for “Tenet’s” July 17 release. “I can’t promise you, nor can Warner Bros. promise you that ‘Tenet’ is going to open on July 17, but you have to choose a date to plan to,” Cinemark CEO Mark Zoradi said during the company’s quarterly conference call with Wall Street analysts on Wednesday. Zoradi was responding to a question from one analyst as to whether the possibility of continued closures in cities like New York and Los Angeles in any way shook his confidence that Warner Bros. would stick to its release date for “Tenet.” Also Read: Cinemark Won't Require Moviegoers to Wear Masks When Theaters Reopen It remains uncertain just how long the coronavirus pandemic will keep movie theaters and Hollywood dark. Then there’s the added factor of protests and riots that have erupted across the country following the killing of George Floyd. Experts have expressed concerns that such gatherings...……
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