Add “A Quiet Place Part II” to the growing list of 2021 movies that have already been delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
“Quiet place 2“It was initially scheduled to be launched last March, but these plans were abandoned at the eleventh hour as the health crisis began to take hold of the United States. It was recently moved to April 23, but this date started recently that seems unlikely given that cases Coronavirus infection is still on the rise.
With the rise in COVID-19 cases, the resurgence of going to the movies in the United States has slowed. This means studios are still not confident in releasing their wildest movies on the big screen. Currently in North America, about 65% of movie theaters remain closed, and cinemas that have remained open are struggling to sell tickets.
Paramount has been an active seller in the past year, acquiring the likes of Aaron Sorkin “Chicago Trial 7”, “Coming 2 America” with Eddie Murphy and “No Regrets” to Netflix and Amazon. However, the studio remains confident of the commercial prospects for “A Quiet Place 2” and plans to keep it exclusive in theaters. The original 2018 movie was a huge hit with Paramount, grossing $ 340 million globally on a budget of $ 17 million.
As the pandemic extends into its tenth month, Hollywood studios are putting off another batch of aspirants for success. The delay in “Quiet Place 2” comes after a day MGM pushed “No time to die,”“The latest James Bond sequel, from early April to October. Moments after blinking Bond, Sony Pictures changed plans to release several films, including” Ghostbusters: Afterlife “, Jared Leto’s” Morbius “and” Cinderella “with Camila Cabello. Earlier Friday, Disney transferred the movie The King’s Man From March to late August.
As it stands, the next big-budget movies on the calendar are Disney’s “Black Widow” (May 7) and Universal’s “Fast & Furious” F9 (May 28).
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