After grossing just $53 million at the box office, Christopher Nolan’s Tenet is heading home on December 15th, reports The Verge:
Now, after months of struggling to turn the film from a flop into a financial success, Warner Bros. has decided to take the video-on-demand and home release route, a smart move critics have been arguing in favor of for months now. Both digital and physical versions can be preordered starting November 10th, with the digital version costing $19.99.
The DVD costs a ridiculous $29 — who the hell pays $29 for a DVD in 2020? I guess Warner is desperately trying to make up for that $200 million budget.