The 1 yr old CEO of Warner Media Studios & Network Group Ann Sarnoff finally speaks in a series of interviews on Thursday related to the premiere of Christopher Nolan’s much-awaited and often delayed Tenet.
Before hours of her talk with the media, the ongoing pandemic interfered stating that Matt Reeves’ The Batman in London has come to a halt once again post its lead actor Robert Pattinson tested positive with coronavirus.
Meanwhile, the firm is concentrating its release on Tenet which hits today in parts of the U.S and overseas with better profits of $53 million from 41 markets except for L.A and New York theatres remaining shut. Further, it raised eyebrows on whether movie lovers should take the risk of seeing the film in theaters amidst this crucial time.
Besides, Sarnoff has been facing a handful of challenges starting from the poor launch of HBO Max, unstable business models, huge reorganizations, and on the whole chaos and spreading of COIVD-19, and Tenet is getting postponed often and it has been a battle for her team.
The spy epic flick worth $ million is, at last, getting a theatre as the first film amidst various struggles amidst the ongoing pandemic.