Hold on to your hats because it’s going to be a bumpy ride! If you thought that you had your summer movie schedule all planned out as a way of getting over the Coronavirus pandemic, then think again!
Warner Bros has shifted the release of Christopher Nolan’s much anticipated Tenet from 17 July to 31 July. A tenth anniversary celebration of Nolan’s Inception will now open on Tenet‘s original date. The studio’s Wonder Woman 1984 will move from 14 August to 2 October, while Godzilla vs. Kong has been moved from November 2020 to 21 May, 2021.
Robert Zemeckis’s remake of The Witches has been bumped from its 9 October launch to an unspecified date, while The Matrix 4 has been moved a full year from 21 May, 2021 to 1 April, 2022. Speaking of belated Keanu Reeves sequels – the United Artists release of Bill & Ted Face the Music will now take the Gal Gadot starrer’s place and open a week earlier on 14 August 2020.
Meanwhile, Solstice Studios have moved the Russell Crowe road-rage thriller, Unhinged from 1 July to 10 July. The Tom Hanks sci-fi film Bios has also shifted dates. That film was going to hit screens on 2 October but it will now debut on 16 April, 2021.
On top of all that, Peter Jackson’s documentary The Beatles: Get Back will now open on 27 August 2021, nearly a full year after its original 4 September release date.
Fix your diaries accordingly.