Replace, Jan. 21: Hours after MGM moved No Time to Die onto Oct. 8, Sony is now pushing its Marvel film Morbius to Jan. 21, 2022, which is the weekend after MLK. Sony may have entry to all Imax screens for Morbius. The film stays the one large launch dated for its respective weekend.
Nonetheless, if Dune vacates the primary weekend of October, it will not be surprising to see No Time to Die transfer as much as that date. Keep tuned.
Earlier, Jan. 11: Sony’s Morbius, starring Jared Leto, has been moved again by seven months, from March 19 to October 8.
With Covid-19 instances raging as we await a calmer administration to set foot in Washington and cope with the nation’s well being disaster, many expect this 12 months’s Q1 theatrical releases to maneuver. Morbius strikes to a launch date presently occupied by United Artists Releasing’s animated sequel The Addams Household 2.
It is a main Marvel film for Sony, and the studio is defending it somewhat than sending the pic to PVOD.
In Morbius, Biochemist Michael Morbius tries to treatment himself of a uncommon blood illness, however he inadvertently infects himself with a type of vampirism as a substitute.
Daniel Espinosa directs off a screenplay by Matt Sazama and Buck Sharpless.
There aren’t any different large releases left on March 19, solely IFC’s The Final Name and ICOC My Brother’s Keeper in keeping with the latest Comscore calendar.