Cinema lovers in some parts of the world are rejoicing the fact that Christopher Nolan’s much-awaited Tenet is available for them. Same was with Singapore until, in a shocking turn of events, a part of a ceiling in a cinema halls fell and injured two people. Below is all you need to know about the accident.
It was on Sunday, August 30, a part of the ventilation duct of the Shaw Theatres NEX Mall in Hall 6 fell on the moviegoers who were busy enjoying Robert Pattinson starrer on the big screen. While the condition of the two injured is yet unknown, many felt that the crashing sound made by the ceiling was actually from the film and it took them time to realise the reality.
As per Comicbook reports, a moviegoer named Venkat said, “It hurt because a piece of the ceiling hit my head, and my heart was racing. It was really confusing because we thought the sounds from the crashing was from speakers behind us.”
The theatre playing Tenet, meanwhile, announced that the hall would stay close until further notice. On their website, they wrote, “Our priority is to provide support to our injured patrons. We are also working with our landlord (Gold Ridge Pte Ltd) and the relevant authorities to investigate the circumstances thoroughly. The cinema will be closed until further notice.”
However, talking about Christopher Nolan’s ambitious Tenet, the film is roaring loud even amid the pandemic and limited reach. As per box office reports in several portals, the film has already earned $53 Million across countries it has released in.