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    Disney’s ‘The One and Only Ivan’ Heading to Disney+, ‘The Personal History of David Copperfield’ Finds New Release Date

    While the majority of Disney’s planned 2020 releases are holding out for theatrical distribution, the Mouse House has proven they’re willing to shift some of those films to Disney+ if need be. Most notably, the Kenneth Branagh directed “Artemis Fowl“ was initially set to hit theaters May 29, 2020, before COVID-19 laid waste to the […] More

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    ‘The New Mutants’ Gets A New Release Date

    You’d be hard-pressed to find a more unlucky film than Josh Boone‘s “The New Mutants.” It’s hard to believe the first trailer for 20th Century Fox‘s new X-Men adventure dropped in October of 2017 and still hasn’t seen the light of day. Boone’s dark take on the X-Men was initially slated for April 13, 2020, […] More

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    Lin Manuel-Miranda’s ‘In the Heights’ Gets Delayed Until Summer 2021

    A little over 24 hours ago, Warner Bros. announced some major changes to their upcoming release schedule. Matt Reeves‘ “The Batman” shifted from June 2021 to October 2021; “The Sopranos” prequel, “The Many Saints of Newark,” moved from September 2020 to March 2021; and “The Flash” and “Shazam 2” got new release dates among other […] More

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    Warner Bros. Sets New Release Dates For ‘The Batman,’ ‘The Flash,’ and ‘Shazam 2’

    The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in some massive overhauls to the cinematic release calendar. Universal became the first studio to make significant adjustments to their slate delaying “F9,” “Minions 2,” and “Sing 2” a year. Next came Sony, who also delayed “Ghostbusters: Afterlife,” “Morbius,” and Tom Holland‘s “Uncharted” a year. A few weeks ago Disney […] More

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    ‘Welcome To Marwen’ Gets Pushed To December

    On the surface, “Welcome to Marwen” seems like a potentially strong Academy Award player. Based on an award winning documentary, helmed by Oscar winner Robert Zemeckis, and starring Steve Carell? Yeah, that’s pretty promising stuff. Then, the Trailer dropped, which looks really interesting, but has a decidedly non awards feel to it. That being said, […] More

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    A24 Pushes Back ‘Under the Silver Lake’ All the Way to December

    Last month, the Cannes Film Festival saw the debut of one of the year’s more anticipated independent titles. The movie in question was David Robert Mitchell‘s “Under the Silver Lake.” His follow up to “It Follows,” many had pegged this one as a possible Oscar player. Well, one very mixed reaction at Cannes later, and […] More

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    Oliver Stone’s film ‘Snowden’ gets bumped to 2016

    Well, another potential 2015 Academy Award contender has been pushed to next year, and a Christmas Day release as well. Reports have Oliver Stone‘s high profile biopic Snowden, which stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt in the title role, being bumped to 2016. The official reason is that Stone hasn’t finished the film yet, but I think there […] More

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    Jean Marc Vallee’s ‘Demolition’ Moves to 2016 – Adjust Oscar Predictions Accordingly

    Here’s some unexpected news. Fox Searchlight Pictures has opted to move the Jake Gyllenhaal Oscar bait Demolition from the 2015 awards season entirely. Yes, reports have it now opening in April of 2016, which isn’t what I was expecting to hear, especially since it’s in play to screen still at the Toronto Film Festival. Director Jean-Marc […] More

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    Don’t Look for Terrence Malick’s ‘Knight of Cups’ until 2016

    Folks, we basically have our first bump from 2015 to 2016, and I have to say that it’s less than surprising to find it involves Terrence Malick. Yes, reports have Knight of Cups being a 2016 release now, presumably pushing back all of Malick’s other projects another year or so. Basically, instead of hoping that […] More

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    Fox Swaps ‘The Martian’ and ‘Victor Frankenstein’ Release Dates

    I can’t begin to tell you how vindicating it was to see how many of you were pumped up by the trailer for Ridley Scott‘s adaptation of The Martian. For over a year now I’ve been saying how great the book is and how this stands a chance to really be something special. Well, the […] More

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