Deadline reports that Paramount just made some release date changes given the unpredictable coronavirus climate.
The long-awaited Tom Cruise Skydance sequel Top Gun Maverick is now going Dec. 23, instead of June 24. This will push the Chris Pratt sci-fi Skydance movie, The Tomorrow War, to an unset date.
Tom Cruise shared the news with fans on his Twitter account.
It’s already about 25 years too late, Tom, but your post-production crew can spend this extra time replacing the Japanese and Taiwanese flag patches that went missing from from Cpt. Pete “Maverick” Mitchell’s jacket.
(Psst. China appeasement ain’t such a good look these days.) https://t.co/TRWSmrgUSd
— Bleeding Fool (@BleedingFool) April 3, 2020
The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run will debut on July 31, instead of Memorial Day weekend, May 22.
A Quiet Place Part II, which was originally expected to go March 20 before getting pulled from the calendar as COVID-19 fears ramped up, will now open on Sept. 4.