John David Washington and Robert Pattinson star in “Tenet,” an upcoming spy film written and directed by Christopher Nolan.
It seems Warner Bros. isn’t confident that movie theaters will be up-and-running and in-demand by July 17.
On Friday, the studio pushed back Christopher Nolan’s spy drama “Tenet” to July 31, replacing it with a re-release of Nolan’s “Inception” in honor of the film’s 10th anniversary.
Warner Bros. also pushed back the release of “Wonder Woman 1984” to October 2. The film was supposed to be released August 14. However, it seems the studio is spreading out its blockbuster releases as not to cannibalize sales.
Hollywood had expected to use “Tenet” as a litmus…