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Tenet became the highest-grossing Hollywood film in Japan.

Tenet finally premiered in Japan with mixed reactions and managed to make $25 million in sales.

Eight months after its initial release, Christopher Nolan’s latest masterpiece, Tenet, is still attracting new audiences and aiming for the best Oscar award.

According to Variety’s report, during its initial screening in Japan, Tenet made $25 million in sales in 343 cinemas, ranking third in Japan’s top-grossing films. According to Universal Pictures, Tenet is the highest-grossing Hollywood film in Japan.

So far, Tenet has made over $965 million worldwide, which is a remarkable figure for a 3-hour, epic historical narrative film. The film has also won 7 Oscars.


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