Warner Bros’ s Tenet has been released in the theaters but the studio behind the film has refused to share the data of performance of the film on a daily basis. The film waited for three days to announce that the film had earned 20 million dollar over the long weekend in America.
The studio is afraid to disclose the voc office collection of the film as the reporter and rivals might declare the film as a flop. The studio has asked the journalists to provide context by noting that ticket sales would automatically be lower than normal given the fact that theaters in major markets like New York and Los Angeles. The theatre aren’t open and cinemas that have reopened have done so at reduced capacity.
Even the rivals such as Netflix and Amazon keeping a tight grip on the number of times films are watched and refusing to reveal box office data about their films, more traditional studios have grown frustrated
Whereas other studios are keenly watching Nolan’s film as a test to see if people would go to the movies during the pandemic. Tenet has entered the second week in the US market, the information regarding box office data hasn’t yet been disclosed.