Among the most-talked-about movies in 2020 is none other than Christopher Nolan’s Tenet, a film that kept getting pushed back due to COVID-19 and at one point was delayed indefinitely. At some point, the movie hit theatres, and Nolan was really pleased with the results. Now, it is apparently coming into the housing market.
Based on Collider’s Steven Weintraub, you’re going to have the ability to watch Tenet on 4K, Blu-ray, DVD, and digitally on December 15, a little more than a month away. While the movie’s worldwide take was $350 million, with no pandemic and theater closures, it would have attracted more people.
BREAKING: #TENET will arrive on 4K, Blu Ray, DVD, and Digital on December 15.
Since L.A. theatres have been closed for many months, looks like I’ll finally be able to view tent’ on Dec 15th!! pic.twitter.com/C1pPMJ9mKW
— Steven Weintraub (@colliderfrosty) November 5, 2020
Deadline reports that the home release for the movie will be tremendously pricey. It’ll feature an hour-long featurette about the making of this movie also. Typically, fresh 4K UHD movies retail for $25–with a few special editions coming in at $35, like an approaching New Mutants Steelbook release. At this time, major retailers do not have a list for Nolan’s film –even though searching for the film generally brings up a lot of tents rather than copies of Tenet.
Chances are, because of the hype and talk about the film for the majority of the calendar year, it should do exceptionally well in the home market, especially with Christmas right around the corner. Many would likely love to watch Tenet on HBO Max–owned by Time Warner–for the holiday season, but that is unlikely to happen. At the time of this writing, Warner Bros. hasn’t commented on the film’s release, but in the event the forthcoming days.
In other Warner Bros. news, the studio lately made an apology for controversy in the HBO Max movie The Witches. In early October, Warner Bros. amazed everyone by saying The Witches will be skipping theatres and heading directly into HBO Max.