Tenet will completely not be a streaming-first title, AT&T CEO says

As movie studio executives battle to find out what motion pictures needs to be held for a theatrical launch and what titles can turn out to be streaming exclusives, AT&T CEO John Stankey reaffirmed that Tenet will completely go to theaters.

Stankey was requested in regards to the rising trade pattern of taking sure motion pictures initially scheduled for a theatrical launch and making them streaming-only titles. Warner Bros., which is owned by AT&T, moved its animated Scooby Doo film to an on-demand rental title earlier than it landed on WarnerMedia’s streaming service HBO Max. Comcast’s NBCUniversal made Trolls World Tour to a digital-only title, and Disney has despatched three motion pictures, together with Hamilton, straight to Disney Plus.

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