rise of gru release date

Sorry, Minions nation. I know you’ve all got your Minions baseball caps and Minions basketball shorts on, counting down the days until Minions: The Rise of Gru hits theaters and brings a plethora of fresh fart jokes to the world. But sadly, you’re going to have to wait a little bit longer. Yes, all the Minions – like the short one, and the one that looks like a penis, and the one who keeps showing his bare ass – have all been delayed indefinitely due to the coronavirus.   Read More »

lionsgate movie delays

Lionsgate is the latest studio to delay its major releases in the wake of the escalating coronavirus pandemic. Lionsgate has postponed the releases of its upcoming movies Antebellum, Run, and Spiral, all of which were set to hit theaters in late April and May. Their release dates have been postponed indefinitely.

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Black Widow delayed

Disney has officially delayed the release of Marvel’s Black Widow. The Marvel comic book movie was initially set to hit theaters on May 1, but has now been postponed indefinitely amidst growing concerns over the coronavirus pandemic.

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first cow release date

Coronavirus (aka COVID-19) fears continue to decimate the world of movies, resulting in low box office, theater closings, and more. Universal just made the game-changing decision to release films like Trolls World Tour and The Invisible Man on VOD, breaking the theatrical window. But indie darlings A24 are taking a different approach. The studio will instead re-release Kelly Reichardt’s acclaimed First Cow at a later date. I guess you could say they decided to mooooove the release.

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mulan release date delayed

The latest in the seemingly never-ending stream of coronavirus delay news: Disney is delaying the release dates of MulanThe New Mutants, and Antlers all due to fears of the virus. These three titles join a growing list of films being pushed off their release dates, including No Time to DieMy SpyA Quiet Place Part IIThe Lovebirds, and F9.

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the lovebirds release date delayed

Soon after it announced the worldwide delay of A Quiet Place Part II, Paramount Studios is shuffling its entire film release schedule amid the escalating coronavirus pandemic. Coronavirus (aka COVID-19) has affected two more Paramount releases, with the studio pulling the release of the upcoming films The Lovebirds and Blue Story. No new release date has been set for either film yet.

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f9 release date

As fears of the coronavirus (AKA COVID-19) continue to spread, Hollywood is taking note. Several films are pushing their release dates back – but most of the pushes are only for a few weeks or months. That’s not the case for F9, though. The highly-anticipated new Fast and Furious movie just revealed it’s pushing its release date back for an entire year, from May 2020 to April 2021.

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a quiet place part 2 international release

Update: Shortly after director John Krasinksi took to social media to suggest the domestic release for A Quiet Place Part II will be delayed, Paramount announced that the horror film’s release date will be delayed worldwide.

A Quiet Place Part II is the latest film to be affected by the coronavirus. Reports confirm that the worldwide release of the film is being delayed, with U.K. exhibitors receiving notification that the highly anticipated horror sequel is moving off its March 18 release date.

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my spy delayed

You’ll have to keep your eye out for My Spy, because the Dave Bautista-starring family comedy has been delayed once again. A week before it was set to hit theaters, STXfilms has pushed back My Spy‘s release to April 17. It’s the latest delay for the family comedy, which was initially set for an August 2019 release.

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No Time to Die Release Date Delay

No Time to Die was set to open next month, but fears of the coronavirus outbreak lead to MGM bumping the movie to November. And while that ultimately might have been the right decision, it’s going to cost the studio. Sources state that the No Time to Die release date delay is likely to result in a $30 million-plus loss for the film, which is bound to lead to some double-oh-headaches.

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