Beginning February 23, Christopher Nolan's "Tenet" will be released again in theaters for one week.
It will be shown in standard and Imax formats, as well as in 70mm Imax. Tickets are on sale now.
Only a select few theaters in the world can show a movie in 70mm Imax. Here are all the theaters showing the re-release.
Christopher Nolan's 2020 sci-fi thriller "Tenet" is returning to theaters, and some will finally be showing it in the format Nolan encourages people to see it in — Imax 70mm.
For one week only beginning on February 23, Warner Bros. will be releasing the movie in select theaters in Imax 70mm, as well as standard and regular Imax formats.
Only a select number of theaters in the world can show movies in Imax 70mm. But for years, Nolan has made his films — including his most recent, "Oppenheimer," — so they are able to play on this grand format.
Here are the 12 theaters where you can see the re-release of "Tenet" in Imax 70mm. Tickets are on sale now.
Harkins Arizona Mills 25 & Imax — Tempe
AMC Metreon 16 & Imax — San Francisco
Regal Irvine Spectrum 21 + Imax — Irvine
TCL Chinese Theater Imax — Hollywood
Universal Cinema AMC at CityWalk Hollywood & Imax — Universal City
Imax Theatre at Indiana State Museum — Indianapolis
AMC Lincoln Square 13 & Imax — New York City
Regal UA King of Prussia & Imax — King of Prussia
Regal Opry Mills & Imax — Nashville
Imax, Melbourne Museum — Melbourne
Cineplex Cinemas Vaughan & Imax — Woodbridge, Ontario
BFI Imax, British Film Institute — London
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