I'm starting to think we're never gonna see this new James Bond movie because it's been delayed again! Daniel Craig's final turn as super spy 007 was supposed to be in theaters on April 2nd, but MGM and Universal Pictures have scrapped that date, and announced that the film will come to theaters on October 8th. Originally slated to debut last April, the movie's release has been pushed back three times because of the pandemic.
And several other film releases are being postponed too including Sony Pictures' Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway. That has changed from an April to a June release. Cinderella, starring singer Camila Cabello, will now hit theaters this July instead of February 5th, and I'm very disappointed to hear that Ghostbusters: Afterlife is being moved from June all the way to November! That was supposed to be out last Summer, and I was really looking forward to seeing it.
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