Warner Bros. postponed the premiere of several movies including “The Batman” and the prequel to “The Sopranos”, “The Many Saints of Newark”.
The studio said Monday the film “The Sopranos” will be deferred from September 2020 to march 2021, while “The Batman”starring Robert Pattinson, will be deferred for four months to October, 2021.
Many studies have changed the dates of premieres by the high yields and the closure of cinemas to avoid contamination of coronavirus.
This year I also missed the drama of Will Smith’s “King Richard”, which was delayed a whole year to November 2021, and a biographical drama about the activist of the Black Panthers, Fred Hampton, which was scheduled for August and now you don’t have a date announced.
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The film is still untitled Baz Luhrmann that Tom Hanks was filming in Australia when he and Rita Wilson were positive to Covod-19 was delayed a month to November 2021.
But the study has not completely abandoned by the summer of 2020. Warner Bros. still has a “Tenet” of Christopher Nolan for the 17th of July, and “Wonder Woman 1984”, which was postponed from June to the 14th of August for its release in cinemas.
While a movie is ahead on the calendar, the tape of the superhero in DC’s “The Flash” is expected now to June 2022, in time of July.