Christopher Nolan refused to reschedule the premiere because of the pandemic

Director of “The Dark Knight” and “Interstellar” Christopher Nolan does not intend to postpone the premiere of his film “Tenet”, scheduled for July 17 this year. This was reported by Independent on May 12.

British director hopes that by the date of the picture restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic will be removed and cinemas will begin their work.

“Chris wants the movie theaters opened it was his film. No one else in the U.S. so strongly does not insist that it still happened, and his picture came out in July, as previously assumed, “- said the director of IMAX Richard Jelfund.

In this case, the head of the largest British network of cinemas Vue Cinemas said the day before that is discussing with the British authorities the possibility of opening institutions in mid-July, provided that the viewers observe the social distance.

The main role in the spy thriller “The Cause” was played by Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, John David Washington. The film also starred Russian Yuri Kolokolnikov. In Russia, the premiere was scheduled for July 16.

On April 21 it became known that the film company Warner Bros. changed the schedule of the premieres because of the pandemic.