Sony is the most recent film studio to announce main modifications to its launch slate because of the COVID-19 pandemic, as reported by Variety. Tentpole motion pictures like Uncharted, Ghostbusters: Afterlife, and Peter Rabbit 2 are all seeing huge delays, leaving Kevin Hart’s Fatherhood as the one main title on Sony’s 2020 schedule — and that was itself introduced ahead to October from January.
The upcoming third Marvel Cinematic Universe Spider-Man film seems to be unaffected; the Removed from Residence sequel’s launch date was already set as July 16, 2021. Sony’s deliberate July 2020 motion pictures, Ghostbusters: Afterlife and Jared Leto’s Morbius, have each been moved into subsequent March.
- Greyhound – TBD (from 6/12/2020)
- Fatherhood – 10/23/2020 (from 1/15/2021)
- Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway – 1/15/2021 (from 08/07/2020)
- Ghostbusters: Afterlife – 03/05/2021 (from 07/10/2020)
- Morbius – 03/19/2021 (from 07/31/2020)
- Uncharted – 10/8/2021 (from 03/05/2021)
- Untitled Sony/Marvel – TBD (from 10/08/2021)
Sony’s drastic schedule modifications recommend the corporate doesn’t see film theaters reopening this summer time. Different studios have made extra cautious changes — Warner Bros, for instance, moved Marvel Lady 1984 to August 14th from its deliberate June fifth launch date. Disney’s Mulan has been indefinitely delayed, whereas new James Bond film No Time to Die is now set for November.