LOS ANGELES (united States).- Warner Bros. is changing several of their release dates, including The Batman Matt Reeves, due to the ongoing impact of the pandemic coronavirus. The tape starring Robert Pattinson, scheduled for June 25, 2021, will now hit theaters on October 1, 2021.
Like many other Hollywood productions, high-profile, The Batman has been subject to delays in production due to the pandemic. It is also due to the great amount of movies that have not seen the light this year, which has required that all major studios to reorganize their calendars.
One of the projects of Warner Bros. that is not to move your date of the 17th of July is Tenet of Christopher Nolan. In addition, the study is clinging on to his date on the 14th of August until the time for Wonder Woman 1984, the sequel was initially scheduled to open in early June.
Other titles that were part of the announcement included the prequel The Many Saints of Newarkthat will be delayed by at march 12, 2021. The launch of King Richard, the biopic starring Will Smith as Richard Williams, father of tennis legends Serena and Venus Williams, is delayed by one full year toward the 19th of November 2021
The movie without the title of Elvis of the study will October 1, 2021 to November 5, 2021. A couple of movies 2022 DC are also being impacted. Flash is coming up a month from 1 July 2022 until the 3rd of June 2022, while Shazam 2 is delayed until the 4 of November of 2022.