John Cena says that Fast And Furious fans will have their questions answered by the upcoming new installment.
Universal on Friday pushed the release of its upcoming “Fast & Furious” sequel film back two months to Memorial Day 2021, from its previous April 2 date.The move is among a recent slew of studio blockbuster release shifts, and it comes the same day that MGM moved the release of Daniel Craig’s final Bond film “No Time to Die” to April 2 from next month.MGM’s shift comes after Disney announced release changes for many of its films, most notably “Black Widow,” which was set for release on November 6 but was moved to summer 2021.Also Read: Steven Spielberg's 'West Side Story' Pushed Back a Year to 2021This is the second time “F9” has moved its release date. Back in March Universal pushed the debut almost a full year from it scheduled May 22, 2020 release date.“F9” is the ninth chapter in the “Fast” saga that has earned more than $5 billion around the world. Vin Diesel stars in “F9” with Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Chris “Ludacris” Bridges, Jordana Brewster, Nathalie Emmanuel, Sung Kang, Helen Mirren and Charlize Theron.The film is produced by Neal H. Moritz, Diesel, Jeff Kirschenbaum, Joe Roth, Justin Lin, Clayton Townsend and Samantha Vincent.Also Read: 'Mulan' Ushers In New Phase in Hollywood's Premium On-Demand ExperimentWith a vaccine still months away and multiple regions still struggling to contain COVID-19, it has proved nearly impossible for Hollywood studios to coordinate releases for a global blockbuster. Warner Bros. took the big leap with “Tenet” and found respectable overseas numbers, grossing $215 million internationally from 54 countries.But “Tenet” has also struggled to perform in U.S. theaters, grossing $36 million from 2,930 theaters with New York, Los Angeles, and several other major cities still keeping their movie theaters closed. Despite lobbying from the National Association of Theater Owners, health officials for those major markets have not budged, leaving uncertainty over the short-term availability of theaters that has become a factor in the latest wave of slate moves.Read original story Universal Moves ‘F9’ Back 2 Months to Memorial Day 2021 At TheWrap
The coronavirus has wrecked havoc on Hollywood’s release schedule, as multiple blockbusters-to-be have had their release dates postponed by as much as a year or canceled indefinitely. We're tracking the latest news on when you’ll be able to see major movies at a theater — or, in some cases, a streaming service — near you.
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The release of the next “Fast & Furious” installment, “F9,” has been delayed from May 22 to now opening on April 2, 2021, likely spurred by the wave of movies shifting release dates due to the spread of coronavirus.Vin Diesel stars in the action franchise from Universal Pictures. It joins “A Quiet Place Part II,” “No Time To Die” and “Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway” among other films that have shifted release dates.As has been the case with all of these films, while many movie theaters in the U.S. have yet to shutter, the international gross is highly important to the box office success of major franchise films, and moving the international release without also shifting the domestic opening could greatly impact piracy abroad.Also Read: John Krasinski's 'A Quiet Place Part II' Moves Back Release Date“F9” is the ninth chapter in the “Fast” saga that has earned more than $5 billion around the world.Over 1,200 cases of coronavirus have been reported in the U.S. as of Thursday, and at least 37 people have died from the virus, the New York Times reported. On Wednesday, President Trump announced a travel restriction that would bar most travel coming from much of Europe. Further, theaters in major international markets around the world are either closing in part or are employing social-distancing techniques and restricting the number of tickets sold to limit the spread of the virus.Vin Diesel stars in “F9” with Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Chris “Ludacris” Bridges, Jordana Brewster, Nathalie Emmanuel, Sung Kang, Helen Mirren and Charlize Theron. It’s produced by Neal H. Moritz, Vin Diesel, Jeff Kirschenbaum, Joe Roth, Justin Lin, Clayton Townsend and Samantha Vincent.Read original story ‘Fast & Furious’ Sequel ‘F9’ Moves Back Almost Full Year to April 2021 At TheWrap
In the wake of premiere cancellations and release delays, Vin Diesel has said that 'Fast & Furious 9' will be unleashed despite concerns over coronavirus.
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Jason Statham has been photographed with director David Leitch shooting a scene for 'Fast & Furious' spin-off 'Hobbs & Shaw'.
The film, I Am Paul Walker, will be produced by Derik Murray, who's helmed previous retrospective documentaries including I Am Heath Ledger and I Am Bruce Lee.