‘Tenet’ Likely to Be Delayed Again Because of Coronavirus Surge, Analyst Predicts

‘Tenet’ Likely to Be Delayed Again Because of Coronavirus Surge, Analyst Predicts
If movie theaters are banking on Christopher Nolan’s “Tenet” to ride to their rescue, they may have to wait a lot longer for help.

That’s the takeaway from a new note by Eric Handler, a leading exhibition industry analyst with Mkm Partners, who predicts that there’s a “low likelihood” that “Tenet” will open on Aug. 12 as planned because of the rising number of Covid-19 cases in such major markets as Texas, Florida, and California.

Handler also cites the “slowed re-opening of the New York City economy” as another reason Nolan’s latest epic will likely be delayed again (it has already moved twice). Movie theaters in the Big Apple remain closed and there’s been no clear indication of when they might be allowed to welcome audiences again.

He said that it would be shocking if cinemas can reopen before “September, at the earliest.” That’s devastating
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