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The box office dominoes are falling — again.
Minutes after MGM announced late Thursday that it was pushing No Time to Die from April to October, Sony announced a raft of high-profile changes to its spring and summer calendar amid the ongoing pandemic and uncertainty as to when moviegoing will resume in earnest.
Will Gluck’s Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway is moving from April 2 to June 11, while Jason Reitman’s Ghostbusters: Afterlife is being pushed from June 11 to Nov. 11. The film stars Carrie Coon, Finn Wolfhard, Mckenna Grace and Paul Rudd.
Kay Cannon’s Cinderella, which had been set to open Feb. 5, will now go out July 16. It stars Camila Cabello in the title role.
Sony further revealed that it is pushing Uncharted out of 2021 entirely. The video game adaptation, which stars Tom Holland as treasure hunter Nathan Drake, is moving from July 16 to Feb. 11, 2022. The film will screen in Imax and large premium format screens, and also stars Mark Wahlberg.
And several hours after its initial announcements, the studio pushed back Morbius, the Jared Leto movie based on the Marvel character. It will open Jan. 21, 2022, back several months from October of this year.
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