Motion pictures – Bond movie ‘No Time to Die’ amongst motion pictures delayed once more on account of pandemic
With no fast finish to the coronavirus pandemic in sight, Hollywood is already pushing again the discharge dates of a few of 2021’s greatest motion pictures, together with the brand new James Bond movie and the “Ghostbusters” sequel.
Common introduced delays to approaching motion pictures Thursday, because it turns into more and more clear that theaters received’t be reopening anytime quickly.
“No Time to Die,” the newest James Bond installment, received’t be launched till fall, with its launch date altering from April 2 to Oct. 8. It’s the third delay up to now 10 months for the anticipated blockbuster.
In the meantime, the film adaptation of the favored videogame “Uncharted,” starring Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg, obtained pushed again till 2022.
Right here’s what was on the transfer Thursday:
- “Nobody” (to April 2 from Feb. 26)
- “Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway” (to June 11 from April 2)
- “Cinderella” (to July 16 from Feb. 5)
- “No Time to Die” (to Oct. Eight from April 2
- “One Night in Soho” (to Oct. 22 from April 23)
- “Ghostbusters: Afterlife” (to Nov. 11 from June 11)
- “Uncharted” (to Feb. 11, 2022 from July 16, 2021)
Film theaters have been hammered by pandemic-related closures and restrictions. Many of the main motion pictures of 2020 had been postponed till 2021 or launched on to streaming providers.