Christopher Nolan’s Inception is still getting a tenth anniversary re-release – and the film is heading back to cinemas on August 12th in the UK.
As part of the knock-on when Warner Bros delayed the release of Christopher Nolan’s new movie Tenet from its original July 17th release date, the studio announced a tenth anniversary release for one of Nolan’s earlier films, Inception.
However, when Tenet was delayed a couple more times – it now sits at the end of August in the UK – so Inception disappeared off the schedules temporarily. And now it’s back: the film is set to be released (again) in UK cinemas on Wednesday 12th August. And so determined is Warner Bros to make this happen this time, that’s it’s splashed out on a new trailer.
We’re guessing you know the guts of the movie, so will spare you the synopsis for this one. We’ll keep you posted as to any further movement on that release date, though…
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