Tenet, the Christopher Nolan film that was supposed to carry movie theaters through the coronavirus pandemic, is finally making its way to home media (via Deadline). On December 15th, you’ll have the chance to own the movie on 4K UHD, Blu-ray, DVD and digital.
The 4K UHD combo pack will set you back $44.95, with the Blu-ray and DVD editions coming in at $35.99 and $28.98 respectively. The combo pack comes with an hour-long feature that delves into the production of the film.
While it eventually made its way to theaters in August, Tenet’s road to the silver screen was anything but easy. Following multiple setbacks, Warner Bros. indefinitely delayed the movie’s release in July. At each stage, it didn’t seem like a straight-to-home release was an option for Warner Bros. or director Christopher Nolan.
With a domestic gross of $53.8 million, it also didn’t turn out the jolt movie theaters in the US needed. Although a lot of that likely has to do with how different states handled lockdown measures. In cities like New York and Los Angeles, the movie has still yet to open in theaters. What’s clear is that most people are still wary about going to see a movie at their local theater and that’s had a profound effect on the industry.