Christopher Nolan’s Inception will be back in UK cinemas next month, to celebrate its tenth birthday (and try and lure people back to multiplexes).

Changed made to Warner Bros’ release schedule in the US have now been reflected in the dates we’re seeing here in the UK too. As such, Christopher Nolan’s Tenet is now set for release on July 31st rather than July 17th, and Wonder Woman 84 has gone back to October 2nd.

But also, it’s also now been confirmed that we’re getting Warner Bros’ new addition to its summer schedule: a tenth anniversary big screen reissue of Christopher Nolan’s Inception.

The film will be in UK cinemas from July 17th – the original release date for Tenet, of course – and should be getting a full nationwide release too.

Several other major films are expected to be re released to try and encourage people back into cinemas. Disney has already confirmed that Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back will be heading to Vue sites next month.

As we hear more, we’ll let you know…

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