The delay in the release date caused by the coronavirus continues as the sequels of “Spider-Man,” “A Quiet Place” and “Rising Clouds” have been postponed. Spider-Man 3, led by Tom Holland, will arrive on December 17, 2021, nearly a month and a half later. From September 6th to April 23rd, “A Quiet Place Part Two” directed by John Krasinski with John Emily Blunt has skipped seven In 2021, “Rising Aspiration: Mavericks” starring Tom Cruise flew from December 23, 2021 to July 2, 2021. In addition, “Sonic the Hedgehog 2” was released on April 8, 2022.

This is the second delay of “Spider-Man 3”, “A Quiet Place Part Two” and “High Aspiration: Maverick”. Sony Pictures decided to move the sequel to “Spider-Man: Far From Home” a few hours after Disney moved many hours, including all upcoming “Star Wars” and “Avatar” movies. In fact, Spider-Man 3 took up the slot vacated by Avatar 2.

Sony Pictures stated that the new release date of Spider-Man 3 only applies to its US calendar. Although there is no new international release date, it is expected to be around December 17, 2021-possibly a week ago, as most Hollywood movies have more box offices than the United States.

The second part of “A Quiet Place” was postponed because it is not clear when movie theaters will reopen, especially in Hollywood’s home market: the United States.Variety shows say that Paramount does not want to be “the pressure to be the first new movie during the pandemic,” Christopher Nolan’s Tenet and Hua Mulan To vacate their August release date this week.

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The rest is “High Aspirations: Mavericks”, which has been moved to allow Cruise to shoot in the next two missions: “Variety”. Mission: Impossible 7 will resume production in September. Paramount’s marketing campaign for “High Aspiration: Mavericks” may conflict with this, which is why July 2021 is the new date.

Chris Aronson, president of domestic distribution of Paramount, and Mark Viane, president of international drama distribution, said in a joint statement: “We firmly believe that there is no such thing as watching movies like in theaters. Experience.” “We are committed to theatrical experience and our exhibition partners, and want to emphasize that we are confident that over time, audiences everywhere will once again enjoy the unique pleasure of watching Paramount movies on the big screen.”

As for “Sonic the Hedgehog 2”-which went into production in May of this year-dubbing star Ben Schwartz confirmed the news on his Twitter account.


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