Tenet is being delayed by a couple of weeks, Wonder Woman 84 by a further couple of months – and Inception is getting a re-release as well.

With cinemas still not looking like they’ll be fully open for a few more weeks at least, Warner Bros has finally blinked. It had two of the next three big movies on the release calendar, but it’s now announced delays to the pair of them.

Firstly, Christopher Nolan’s Tenet, which had been due to land on July 17th, has now bought itself some extra breathing room. It’s been pushed back to July 31st. Just two weeks, but clearly the situation is evolving.

And then Wonder Woman 84, that had already been delayed once to a new date in August is moving again. Warner Bros has shifted Patty Jenkins’ sequel, starring Gal Gadot, to a release on October 2nd 2020.

Plugging the gap a little, in the US at least, is a re-release of Nolan’s Inception, which will land on July 17th to celebrate the film’s tenth birthday.

The next big film now on the release schedule is Disney’s Mulan. We wait and see if that too suffers a further delay…

Variety

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