George Clooney Calls Out Tenet Theatrical Release While Promoting His Netflix Movie

George Clooney Calls Out Tenet Theatrical Release While Promoting His Netflix Movie
Christopher Nolan's Tenet turned out to be the riskiest movie of 2020. Not because of its content, but due to the circumstances of its release. While other big-budget movies were either postponed or released online, Nolan insisted on releasing Tenet in theaters even as the global health emergency showed no signs of slowing down. George Clooney, who is promoting his new Netflix movie The Midnight Sky, told THR that trying to make people go to cinema halls right now is "tricky".

"Good timing that I was with Netflix, huh? I mean, it's funny. Tenet and us are like the only two big films that are coming out this year... I haven't seen [Tenet] either. Trying to force people into a movie theater is an awfully tricky thing to do when you're in the middle of [an emergency]."

The question of whether or not movie theaters should be open right now has divided Hollywood all through the year.
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