George Clooney On ‘Tenet’: Encouraging People To Go To Cinemas During A Pandemic Is “Awfully Tricky”
The pandemic has changed a lot of what we think of when it comes to both making and distributing movies.
To release a movie in theaters versus dropping it on streaming or video on demand is a big decision with big repercussions, especially when it comes to tentpole movies.
In a recent interview, George Clooney addressed how distribution and production are changing because of the pandemic, and how releasing a film like “Tenet” was “tricky.”Read More: Christopher Nolan Doesn’t Think ‘Tenet’ Performed Badly, But Worries About Studios Jumping To ConclusionsThe interview comes from The Hollywood Reporter, where Clooney promoted his upcoming film “The Midnight Sky,” which will be distributed by Netflix, pretty much the only studio not heavily affected by the pandemic in terms of distribution.Continue reading George Clooney On ‘Tenet’: Encouraging People To Go To Cinemas During A Pandemic Is “Awfully Tricky” at The Playlist.
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