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‘My Spy’ Going Straight to Amazon After Playing Chicken With the Coronavirus

While every other movie originally due out in the next two months has pushed or delayed its release date, there was title holding fast: My Spy. Even with all movie theaters across the globe shut down for the time being, the Dave Bautista comedy was still set for an April 17 release date – AKA next week. But now the inevitable has happened: My Spy is not opening on April 17. In fact, it’s not opening in theaters at all. Instead, the movie is headed straight to Amazon. And another one bites th...
Tags: Amazon, Comedy, Movies, Australia, Disney, Cia, Ken Jeong, Dave Bautista, Release Dates, My Spy, Chloe Coleman Kristen Schaal

We Now Have to Wait Until February to See Bob Odenkirk as an Action Movie Star

Universal is making some more changes to its release date calendar due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. While other studios are still hoping to release movies in late July despite the near future remaining unclear, the folks at Universal aren’t taking any chances – they’ve moved Nobody, their Bob Odenkirk action movie, until February of next year. Get the details on that below, and learn what’s happening with M. Night Shyamalan‘s new movie as well. Nobody was originally set to open in the...
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Here is a Complete Calendar of the Movies Still Opening in 2020 at This Point

The movie release calendar for 2020 is in constant flux right now thanks to the coronavirus (COVID-19). Films are being shuffled and pulled left and right, and right now, everything in 2020 is currently up in the air. In an attempt to make sense of it all, I went ahead and compiled a list of movies that are still opening in 2020 – for now. All of these dates may change (and one of them, in April, will definitely change). But for now, here are all the movies opening in 2020. April There’s o...
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‘Candyman’ Release Date Delayed Until September

Not even saying Candyman five times in front of a mirror will summon Nia DaCosta‘s reboot/sequel for its originally-planned June release. As it becomes more and more clear that there’s going to be virtually no summer movie season this year, the new Candyman release date has moved from summer to fall, with a new September date in place. Movie release dates continue to shuffle in the wake of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, and Candyman is the latest. The Nia DaCosta directed, Jordan Peele...
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‘Top Gun: Maverick’ Release Date Jets Off to December While ‘A Quiet Place Part II’ Relocates to September

The coronavirus has obliterated the movie release calendar as we know it. Studios are quickly pulling or pushing release dates as the situation continues on, with movie theaters across the globe currently shut down. Today, Paramount has announced some more shuffling for two of their upcoming sequels: Top Gun: Maverick and A Quiet Place Part II. Top Gun was originally set to open in June, but is now flying to December. A Quiet Place, meanwhile, was originally supposed to open last month before b...
Tags: Movies, Chris Pratt, Tom Cruise, Paramount Pictures, Emily Blunt, Paramount, John Krasinski, Release Dates, Top Gun: Maverick, Quiet Place Paramount, A Quiet Place Part II

‘Minions: The Rise of Gru’ and ‘Sing 2’ Get New Release Dates, While ‘Wicked’ Has Been Taken Off the Calendar

The coronavirus dominos continue to fall throughout Hollywood, as another film studio has shuffled release dates for some of its big movies. This time it’s Universal Pictures, which has now bumped Illumination Entertainment’s prequel Minions: The Rise of Gru for a whole year and has delayed the release of Sing 2 by five months. And what’s going on with that Wicked movie we’ve been hearing about for years? Get the details below. Minions The Rise of Gru Release Date Changed Probably the most ...
Tags: Comedy, Hollywood, Movies, Animation, Broadway, Adaptation, Universal, Gru, Musical, Universal Pictures, Wicked, Illumination Entertainment, Family Films, Release Dates, Stephen Daldry Billy Elliot, Sing 2

‘The Last Dance’ Trailer: ESPN’s Michael Jordan Documentary Series Bumped Up to April Release

Even though most of the news these days is terrible, every now and then something good comes out of the coronavirus pandemic. In this case, since ESPN doesn’t have any new sports to air right now, they’ve bumped up the premiere of the 10-part Michael Jordan documentary series The Last Dance. Originally intended to arrive in June, the series will now begin in April, and a new trailer has just arrived. Check it out below and find out when you can start watching The Last Dance on ESPN. Final Mi...
Tags: Documentary, ESPN, Release Dates, Sports, TV Trailer, Chicago Bulls, Michael-Jordan, The Last Dance

Sony Delays ‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife,’ ‘Morbius,’ and ‘Uncharted’ to 2021 Amid Coronavirus Concerns

As the question of how long the coronavirus pandemic will affect the entertainment industry remains unanswered, Sony Pictures is not taking any chances. Sony pushed back its major tentpole movies —including Morbius, Ghostbusters: Afterlife, the ever-cursed Uncharted, and the already-delayed Peter Rabbit 2 — to next year. Variety reports that Sony has drastically pushed back its entire 2020 and 2021 slate amid concerns that the coronavirus pandemic won’t ease up by the time the summer movie s...
Tags: Christopher Nolan, Movies, Sony, Kevin Hart, Sony Pictures, Jason Reitman, Variety, Peter Rabbit, Tenet, Tom Holland, Morbius, Release Dates, Sony Marvel, Uncharted, Ghostbusters: Afterlife, Coronavirus

‘Genius: Aretha’, Starring Cynthia Erivo as the Queen of Soul, Postponed to Later This Year

Two years after Aretha Franklin‘s death, Hollywood is looking to immortalize the Queen of Soul in two separate projects. And after one of them, MGM’s feature film called Respect, was pushed into an awards season-friendly date last week, National Geographic’s Genius: Aretha has been postponed until later in the year. Respect, the feature film debut from The Walking Dead and Jessica Jones director Liesl Tommy, stars Oscar winner Jennifer Hudson as Aretha Franklin, the incredibly gifted singer w...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Drama, Aretha Franklin, Broadway, Albert Einstein, Pablo Picasso, MGM, True Story, Hudson, Jessica Jones, Jennifer Hudson, Aretha, Cynthia Erivo, NatGeo, Queen of Soul

Catherine: Full Body Switch Release Dated

Atlus has confirmed that adultery simulator Catherine: Full Body will bring its romantic cheating and cube-climbing antics to the Nintendo Switch in July, at long last appeasing port beggars. The enhanced port of the original Catherine game will arrive onto the Switch on July 2nd in Japan and July 7th for the rest of the […]
Tags: Games, Japan, Puzzle, Adultery, Anime, Ports, Atlus, Catherine, Release Dates, Nintendo Switch

MGM Pushes Jennifer Hudson’s Aretha Franklin Biopic ‘Respect’ For Awards Season Christmas Release

Finally, a piece of release date news that’s not a depressing coronavirus-related delay. MGM is pushing the release date of the Aretha Franklin biopic Respect, which stars Jennifer Hudson as the powerful-voiced singer, for Christmas Day, with the intention of propping it up as an awards season contender. The film was originally set to arrive in October. Deadline reports that the “mind-blowing” dailies of Jennifer Hudson’s performance as Aretha Franklin in the upcoming biopic Respect have ins...
Tags: Movies, Drama, Aretha Franklin, Respect, Martin Luther King Jr, MGM, True Story, Hudson, Forest Whitaker, Dinah Washington, Jennifer-Hudson, Tituss Burgess, Release Dates, James Cleveland, Liesl Tommy, Franklin Marlon Wayans

‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Release Moved to August, ‘In the Heights’ and Other Warner Bros. Movies Pushed Indefinitely

We all had a feeling this was coming: the Wonder Woman 1984 release date has been pushed from June to August. Warner Bros. made the decision to move their big superhero sequel due to the coronavirus crisis, and not only is Wonder Woman moving, but several other Warner pics have shifted as well. While Wonder Woman 1984 has its August date locked down (for now), films like In the Heights, Scoob, and Malignant have been pulled from the calendar indefinitely. The coronavirus crisis has changed H...
Tags: Hbo, Christopher Nolan, Hollywood, Movies, Sequels, Warner, Warner Bros, Warner Brothers, Warner Bros Pictures, Tenet, WB, Emmerich, Scooby Doo, Toby Emmerich, Comic Book/Superhero, Warners

Hataraku Saibou Season 2 Coming in January

It has been announced that the intended air date for the sequel to educational anthropomorphization anime Hataraku Saibou will be January 2021, news that may disappoint those eager to learn more about the human body in a fun way. Japanese audiences will be able to see a preview of Hataraku Saibou season two in cinemas […]
Tags: Trailer, Anime, Announcements, Anthropomorphisation, David Production, Continuations, Release Dates, Hataraku Saibou

Mainichi Emiya-san Chi no Kyou no Gohan Game Coming in May

Aniplex has confirmed that Nintendo Switch cooking game Mainichi Emiya-san Chi no Kyou no Gohan is to be released in May, additionally sharing a new trailer packed with more hot, steamy cooking action. The Nintendo Switch game is based on the cookery-themed Emiya-san Chi no Kyou no Gohan original net animation, which itself is based […]
Tags: Food, Games, Cook, Trailer, Nintendo, Anime, Chi, Adaptations, Fate/Stay Night, Release Dates, Aniplex, Nintendo Switch, Kyou no Gohan, Mainichi Emiya san Chi no Kyou, Mainichi Emiya san Chi

‘The Way Back’ Digital Release Arriving Next Week

The Way Back, the new movie where Ben Affleck plays an alcoholic basketball coach, is the latest recent film to break the theatrical window and head to digital early. With fears of the coronavirus causing theaters across the globe to shut down, several studios have taken the unprecedented steps to release their titles on digital early. Warner Bros. released The Way Back into theaters March 3, and now it’s already headed to digital. The studio will make the Ben Affleck pic available to own in...
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‘Minions: The Rise of Gru’ is the Latest Film to be Delayed by the Coronavirus

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.   The Minions: The Ris...
Tags: Movies, France, Nato, Paris, Universal, Gru, National Association of Theatre Owners, Chris Meledandri, Release Dates, Illumination Mac Guff, Coronavirus, Minions: The Rise of Gru

Lionsgate Delays Releases of ‘Antebellum,’ ‘Run’ and ‘Spiral’ Amidst Coronavirus Concerns

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. Antebellum, Run, and Spiral are the latest major releases to be postponed indefinitely as Lionsgate joins the Hollywood studios attempting to curb the spread of coronavirus, aka COV...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Lionsgate, Disney, Amc Theatres, Run, Chris Rock, Janelle Monae, Centers for Disease Control, Spiral, Lionsgate Films, Release Dates, Antebellum, Coronavirus, COVID, Lionsgate Delays Releases of ` Antebellum

Disney Delays ‘Black Widow’ Over Coronavirus Concerns

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. Black Widow has been delayed indefinitely. The film’s release, which was originally slated for May 1, will be held back out of concern for public health and safety. Disney is scrapping its entire May slate in the wake of the Centers for Disease Control’s recomme...
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A24 Will Re-Release ‘First Cow’ In Theaters Later This Year When Coronavirus Fears Have (Hopefully) Subsided

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. First Cow...
Tags: Movies, A24, Universal Studios, Bruce Willis, Kelly Reichardt, Reichardt, Release Dates, First Cow, Coronavirus, COVID

‘Mulan’, ‘The New Mutants’, and ‘Antlers’ Release Dates Delayed Due to Coronavirus

The latest in the seemingly never-ending stream of coronavirus delay news: Disney is delaying the release dates of Mulan, The 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 Die, My Spy, A Quiet Place Part II, The Lovebirds, and F9. Disney is the latest studio to succumb to coronavirus fears. The studio just announced they’re postponing the release dates of three of their upcomi...
Tags: Movies, China, Disney, Iran, United States, Guillermo Del Toro, Mulan, District Of Columbia, Antlers, Disney/Pixar, Release Dates, New Mutants, The New Mutants, China Italy South Korea

Paramount Delays ‘ The Lovebirds’ and ‘Blue Story’ Amid Coronavirus Concerns

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. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Paramount is pulling the release of two more films amid coronavirus conc...
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‘F9’ Release Date Pushed a Year Due to Coronavirus

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. Today, Universal sent out the following message regarding the F9 release date. *** To our family of Fast fans e...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Iran, United States, James Bond, North America, District Of Columbia, Release Dates, F9, Coronavirus, China Italy South Korea

‘A Quiet Place Part II’ Release Date Officially Delayed Worldwide [Updated]

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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Mortal Kombat 11 Spawn DLC Slays Foes With Demonic Powers

NetherRealm Studios released a brand new trailer for the upcoming Mortal Kombat 11 DLC character that is the well-known demon superhero Spawn, who wields otherworldly powers against his foes. Spawn, Albert “Al” Francis Simmons, is one of Image Comics’ most well-known superheroes, a former government agent and assassin murdered by his former colleagues resurrected from […]
Tags: Games, Trailer, Anime, Announcements, Dlc, Guro, Fighting Games, Release Dates, Mortal Kombat, NetherRealm Studios, Albert Al Francis Simmons

Dave Bautista’s ‘My Spy’ Gets Delayed Again, Release Now Pushed to April

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. STXfilms has pushed back My Spy by a month, mere days before the film was set to hit theaters on March 13. On the official Twitter account for My Spy, the studio announced that th...
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‘No Time to Die’ Release Date Delay Could Result in a $30-$50 Million Loss for MGM

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. In case you’ve been living under a rock the last few months, fears of the coronavirus are sweeping across the...
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Will Studios Delay Films Like ‘F9’, ‘Wonder Woman 1984’, and ‘Black Widow’ Due to the Coronavirus? Here Are Their Current Plans

With the coronavirus (aka COVID-19) continuing to spread around the world, the film industry is bracing for whiplash: after a record-breaking year at the box office in 2019, some analysts are predicting the virus could result in at least a $5 billion loss in 2020. The virus’s impact is already well underway: 70,000 theaters have been closed in China, the James Bond film No Time to Die delayed its global release by seven months yesterday, and even Baby Yoda toy deliveries might be delayed to the...
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Global Release of James Bond Film ‘No Time to Die’ Moved From April to November Due to Coronavirus

No Time to Die, the 25th James Bond film, has become the first major Hollywood tentpole film to delay its global release because of the coronavirus outbreak. The movie, which was slated to premiere in London later this month and open globally in early April, has been pushed all the way back to November 12, 2020 in the U.K. and November 25, 2020 everywhere else. But with worldwide concern rising as the coronavirus continues to infect more and more people across multiple countries, it seems as if...
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Void Terrarium Coming West Summer 2020

Nippon Ichi Software America has announced that roguelike RPG “void tRrLM(); //Void Terrarium” is coming to PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch worldwide this summer. The game follows the same artistic style as other games directed by Masayuki Furuya, such as PC/Vita puzzle games htoL#NiQ: The Firefly Diary and Rose to Tasogare no Kojou. Players are […]
Tags: Games, Nintendo, Anime, Ps4, Announcements, RPG, Rose, NIS America, Release Dates, Nippon Ichi, Nintendo Switch, Nippon Ichi Software America, Masayuki Furuya

Paramount Feels the Need For Speed and Moves Up ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ Release Date; ‘Escape Room 2’ Delayed Until December

Goodness gracious, great balls of fire: Paramount has decided to let Top Gun: Maverick take flight two days earlier than previously announced. The long-awaited sequel to Tony Scott’s 1986 classic will now cruise into theaters on Wednesday, June 24, 2020 instead of on Friday, June 26. Meanwhile, over at Sony, that studio has delayed the horror sequel Escape Room 2 yet again, booting it all the way back to December 30, 2020. Deadline reports that Top Gun: Maverick will launch two days earlier t...
Tags: Movies, Horror, China, Tom Hanks, Paul Greengrass, Sequels, Sony, Gru, Chris Pratt, Ryan Reynolds, Ridley Scott, Paramount Pictures, Paramount, Steven Spielberg, Maverick, Tony Scott