‘Tenet’ Earns $20.2 Million Domestically, Earns Almost $150 Million Globally

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People are returning to movie theaters to see “Tenet.”

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the hit movie from Christopher Nolan opened to $20.2 million over Labor Weekend. (REVIEW: ‘Westworld’ Season 3 Ends With The Possible Deaths Of Multiple Characters)

Globally, “Tenet” has earned more than $146 million after two weeks. The film with Robert Pattinson is the first major movie to hit theaters since the coronavirus pandemic started.


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It makes me very happy to see that people are heading to the theaters to see “Tenet.” I can’t remember the last time I was this juiced for a movie.

Everything about “Tenet” looks amazing, and it was supposed to be the movie of the summer. Then, coronavirus had some very different plans.

“Tenet” got pushed back multiple times, but it’s officially out in theaters. Clearly, people are buying into the hype because they’re buying tickets.

I can only imagine how much money “Tenet” would be making right now if every theater in America was open and coronavirus had never been a thing.

I’m also probably going to see “Tenet” in the very near future. Once I do, I’ll make sure to have a full review for everything.


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It looks like it’s going to be a hell of a fun ride.