Motion pictures – No Time To Die, Final Evening In Soho And Extra Motion pictures Delayed Once more | Motion pictures
As cinemas keep closed and pandemic case numbers proceed their seesaw shift, the outlook for film releases on huge screens remains to be grim. Common and Sony, two of the largest studios within the enterprise have simply pushed a batch of their movies again down the schedule, together with No Time To Die and Edgar Wright’s Final Evening In Soho.
Common, which is releasing each of these films, has introduced a slew of adjustments to its 2021 launch plans, with No one, starring Bob Odenkirk transferring from 26 February to 2 April. That is the date that had been put aside for No Time To Die, the most recent Bond movie, which is shifting but once more, to eight October, as outlined on the poster under, which ought to most likely simply put “?” on the date for now.
Final Evening In Soho, Wright’s psychological horror movie, had been sitting in a 23 April slot, however that may now head for 22 October.
Sony, in the meantime, is pushing its live-action Cinderella musical from February to 16 July, whereas Peter Rabbit 2 is transferring to 11 June. Ghostbusters: Afterlife will now lastly arrive (fingers and toes crossed) on 11 November.
Not talked about but is Morbius, which is now in competitors with the Bond movie, and can seemingly skedaddle earlier than too lengthy.
And there is dangerous information for everybody who was trying ahead to lastly, really seeing the Uncharted movie – that’s now going to go to 11 February 2022.
If anybody wants us, we’ll be updating our 2021 Preview lists, whereas crying. However if you wish to really feel extra upbeat about cinema, the most recent Empire is out now, and includes a wealth of filmmakers enthusing concerning the magic of the flicks, curated by Edgar Wright.