The Uncharted premiere has been delayed again and will arrive in February 2022

The coronavirus epidemic continues unabated in movie premieres. On this occasion, Sony announced its expected headlines for the first months of 2021 It will be subject to slight changes in its launch dates. Most Expected: Movie Premiere Anonymous.

The movie, one of the most awaited at home, was expected on February 5. In fact, the premiere of the movie was so imminent that it had already finished all of its filming and the first edited pictures of the film had already been circulated. A few weeks ago, Sony changed its plans into the calendar and moved the movie starring Tom Holland to July 16th. Now, with the new tweaks, it moves on to February 11, 2022 Depending Limit. The movie is based on the video game of the same name You will have to wait another year. In addition to the other movie starring Hulan, Spider-Man 3, which also changed to December 17 this year.

But, Anonymous It wasn’t the only thing Sony had to change. Production companies that don’t have their own streaming platform, with purer style Disney PlusThey have to manipulate the current situation. In this case, Ghostbusters: the afterlife It has also undergone a calendar modification. Ghostbusters sequel will finally arrive November 11, 2021.

And with a movie premiere AnonymousAnd also the human version of CinderellaAnother movie starring Camila Cabello runs from February 5 to July 16. as long Peter Rabbit 2: The Fugitive Which changes its date from April 2 to July 11.

Sector He kept fighting to get movie theaters back to average normal In the United States at least. With this new list, all premieres scheduled for 2021 – and the end of 2020 – have undergone numerous changes to their programming.

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James Bond, No Time To Die, MGM, also changed its date at the end of the year: April 2 to October 8. It opens on the same day Morph, In this case also from Sony. The movie called for the key to the company’s plans for Spider-Man after the battles for the rights to the Marvel Cinematic Universe character, and by extension Disney.

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