‘Tenet’s’ rough start at the box office leads to a bleak fall for US theaters – Reports

Will audiences go back to movie theaters after the pandemic ends?

For American theaters, “Tenet” was supposed to be the film that brought audiences back to the movies. There was just one problem: “Tenet” opened, and hardly anyone showed up.

Warner Bros.’ new Christopher Nolan spy thriller has made roughly $30 million domestically since opening in North America two weeks ago. That includes two pretty lackluster weekends where the film made about $9.5 million and $6.7 million at the box office. (Warner Bros., like CNN, is owned by WarnerMedia.)


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