The strong number for ‘Tenet’ shows that film-goers overseas have become more comfortable to return to theatres. Photo: Warner BrosThe strong number for ‘Tenet’ shows that film-goers overseas have become more comfortable to return to theatres. Photo: Warner Bros
The strong number for ‘Tenet’ shows that film-goers overseas have become more comfortable to return to theatres. Photo: Warner Bros

Christopher Nolan’s ‘Tenet’ rules international box office after delayed release

  • Spy thriller was biggest picture globally, taking in US$53 million this weekend across 41 international markets
  • Film won’t appear until September 3 in the US, where Walt Disney’s ‘New Mutants’ debuted at No 1 at the domestic box

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The strong number for ‘Tenet’ shows that film-goers overseas have become more comfortable to return to theatres. Photo: Warner BrosThe strong number for ‘Tenet’ shows that film-goers overseas have become more comfortable to return to theatres. Photo: Warner Bros
The strong number for ‘Tenet’ shows that film-goers overseas have become more comfortable to return to theatres. Photo: Warner Bros
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