[UPDATE #1] Warner Bros. now says the new release date for Tenet is Aug. 26... for the rest of the world.
The studio has revealed that the film will show in international (non-US) markets first at the end of August this year. Warner Bros. has stated that Tenet will show in around 60 countries by Aug. 26 or depending on the territory's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.
As for the US, the film will (probably) be shown on Sept. 2, but only at cinema locations that Warner Bros. determines as safe.
What about the Philippines? Cinemas around the country remain closed indefinitely, and there is no word when local theaters will start welcoming back the Filipino moviegoing public.
[ORIGINAL STORY BELOW]
In what's become quite the running theme for the latest work from Christopher Nolan, Tenet has been pushed back once again from its August 12 release.
Of course, the global pandemic has a lot to do with this, but many insiders have alleged that Nolan himself has been pushing to release the film as soon as possible to welcome back quarantined moviegoers into theaters.
Tenet was supposed to show on July 17, pre-pandemic. Afterwards the schedule was moved to July 31, then pushed back further to August 12.
This time, Warner Bros. has not announced a new release schedule for the $200-million movie starring John David Washington, Elizabeth Debicki, Robert Pattinson, Dimple Kapadia, Michael Caine, and Kenneth Branagh.
You can watch the trailer here: