Warner Bros. Film Studio has once again postponed the release of the fantastic movie "Argument" by Christopher Nolan. According to The Hollywood Reporter, instead of July 31, as previously announced. viewers may have a chance to appreciate the director's new work on August 12, 2020.
The official statement states that the moviemakers are seeking to "give cinemas more time to resume normal operation," and the decision was made due to new outbreaks of coronavirus in the United States and general instability.
Recall that, according to the previously presented plan, the largest cinema chains in North America will be able to receive no more than 40 percent of viewers until the end of the summer season. At the same time, all visitors to cinemas will be required to observe precautions, in particular, wear masks. According to representatives of the studio, they plan to "show the movie for a long time" and develop a "completely new but successful strategy for its promotion"
Argument, which had a production budget exceeding $ 200 million, was originally planned to be released in the middle July. Nolan's movie was to be the first major release since the restrictive measures were introduced.
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