Meanwhile, many movies’ theatrical release dates have been postponed, some indefinitely, with no information on whether or not the films will be released digitally instead. The list includes Disney’s Marvel films Black Widow and The New Mutants, Fox Searchlight’s The Personal History of David Copperfield, Paramount’s A Quiet Place Part II—John Krasinski‘s sequel to the hit horror film.
Universal Pictures and Illumination’s Minions: The Rise of Gru, which was supposed to be released in July, was delayed an entire year. Similarly, Disney has pushed all its Avatar and Star Wars sequels back one year.
Universal Pictures’ ninth Fast & Furious film F9 will be released on April 2, 2021, nearly a year after it was originally supposed to hit theaters. Sony Pictures is releasing Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway on January 15, 2021 instead of April 3. The release date for Metro-Goldwyn Mayer’s To Time to Die, Daniel Craig‘s last James Bond movie, was postponed from April 10 to November 25.
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