‘Top Gun: Maverick’ delayed its release date until Christmas because of the coronavirus


Paramount Pictures has moved more chips in this desolate calendar of premieres that we’re running by the coronavirus. This time, move one of the few premieres that endured in the early summer season, ‘Top Gun: Maverick’. The sequel, which comes decades after ‘Top Gun. Idols of the air’, I was going to get to the cinemas on the 24th of June, but has been delayed to the end of the year, specifically, on the 23 of December. Will face, if the thing does not change, to ‘Dune’, ‘West Side Story’ and ‘The Croods 2’ to be a box office christmas this year is going to be a bitter struggle after a summer that is coming up black.

Top Gun: Maverick

Unlike other studios, Paramount has decided to put new dates to their movies that have already been delayed to leave the gap before they re-open the cinemas and this is the Hunger Games. ‘A quiet place 2’ had already been removed from the calendar, and now, the new date of premiere September 24.

The new movie of Sponge Bob was going to reach the 22 of may and now will be the 31 of July. ‘The Tomorrow War’, which was situated on the 25th of December, is currently without a release date, now that ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ takes its place.

‘Top Gun: Maverick’ will reunite Tom Cruise and Val Kilmer, along with miles Teller, Jennifer Connelly, Jon Hamm and Glen Powell. It is one of the main bets of the Paramount for this year, with a budget of more than $ 150 millionso it makes sense that they wanted to give the place of honour on Christmas and not take the risk to wait to see how was the situation in June.