Filmmaker Christopher Nola has said he is happy with the worldwide total collection of his latest feature “Tenet” but warns that Hollywood studios are “drawing wrong conclusions” from it. Nolan’s “tenet” was the first big-budget Hollywood feature to appear for dramatic release after the novel’s coronavirus epidemic closed cinemas worldwide in March.
The spy thriller, starring John David and Washington Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicky, Dimple Kapadia, Michael Caine and Kenneth Barnagh, saw a worldwide outcry where it began in theaters in August. The film has grossed nearly 350 350 million globally in just two months, sparking a debate over whether to be a frustrated or decent person during the current health crisis. In an interview with the Los Angeles Times, Nolan said he was “thrilled” by the film’s performance at the box office. “Warner Bros. released ‘Tenet’ and I’m thrilled that it grossed about 350 350 million.” However, the director added that he was concerned that other studios were not impressed with the figure.
“I’m concerned that the studio is drawing the wrong conclusions from our release – that instead of looking at where the film has done well and how it can provide them with the revenue they need, they’re looking at where it’s not going.” Colloid is up to pre-expectations and will start using it as an excuse to participate in the game as an excuse to perform and adapt – or instead of rebuilding our business, will suffer from all epidemics, or in other words, “said Nola.” Long term, Movingong a. Is a part of life, like rest and runts and everything else. But, right now, everyone has to adapt to the new reality, ”he added.
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