Tenet Makes $20 Million in Opening Weekend

Tenet has hit theaters in North America, bringing in an estimated $20.2 million in its opening weekend.

Christopher Nolan’s latest film opened during the Labor Day weekend in the U.S. and Canada, making it the biggest opening weekend for Hollywood since the coronavirus pandemic shut down movie theaters in March, according to the Associated Press.

About 70 percent of movie theaters are currently open, with theaters in Los Angeles and New York City remaining closed, the outlet reported.

While movie theaters in the U.S. opened during the holiday weekend, Canada, which has lower cases of coronavirus, began showing the film a week earlier, according to the AP.

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