Lionsgate Pushes Mila Kunis' 'The Spy Who Dumped Me' Release Date Back

Kate McKinnon Mila Kunis - Getty - H Split 2017

Kate McKinnon Mila Kunis - Getty - H Split 2017

Also rescheduled is 'Tyler Perry's a Madea Family Funeral.'

Lionsgate has pushed back the opening dates of two of its 2018 comedies: the Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon starrer The Spy Who Dumped Me and Tyler Perry's A Madea Family Funeral.

The studio also announced a Feb. 9 opening date for the Spanish-language romantic comedy La Boda de Valentina.

For Spy, the new date of Aug. 3 pushes the release of the comedy back a full month from its original July 6 debut. The film will compete against Disney's untitled Christopher Robin family film, as well as against more adult fare like Shane Black's The Predator.

For Perry's latest Madea film, a new release date sometime in fall 2018 pushes the film back from its original Aug. 3 opening.