Initially, Tenet was supposed to hit the screens on July 17, which was pushed to July 31, and later, August 12 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Warner Bros. removed Christopher Nolan-directed 'Tenet' from their release calendar, indicating an indefinite delay.
In an interview, Anne Hathaway said Nolan's reasoning for not allowing chairs is "if you have chairs, people will sit, and if they're sitting, they're not working."
"Warner Bros. is committed to bringing 'Tenet' to audiences in theatres, on the big screen, when exhibitors are ready and public health officials say it is time," Variety quoted Warner Bros. spokesper
The upcoming espionage thriller, starring Robert Pattinson and John David Washington, was initially slated for July 17.
The new trailer of Christopher Nolan’s Tenet was launched a while ago and it does reveal a little bit more of the time-bending storyline, than the first featurette.
Nolan said audiences hardly think about the people working in the theatres as they mostly worry about the stars, the studios, the glamour.
Christopher Nolan has been vocal about his love for traditional formats -- 35mm and 70mm- over digital and the renowned director today encouraged aspiring filmmakers to believe in.
One Direction star Harry Styles has reportedly been given six personal bodyguards and is watched round-the-clock while promoting his acting debut film "Dunkirk".
The film is based on the Dunkirk evacuation in 1940.