Here we go again... More films are on the move because cinemas are staying closed and lockdowns in countries such as the UK and US continue to drag on. With studios unwilling to risk big movies suffering lacklustre box office, the likes of A Quiet Place Part 2, The King's Man and more are seeing release date shifts.
The follow-up to 2018's horror thriller hit has already seen at least one change, and will now look to finally hit screens on 17 September. As for The King's Man, Matthew Vaughn's latest entry in the Kingsman franchise, is ditching March for a 21 August slot. The plans to bring the popular animated series Bob's Burgers to big screens are on hold, while horror movie Antlers heads for October and Guillermo del Toro's Nightmare Alley is set for an awards-consideration date of 3 December.
Of course, recent history teaches us that all of these dates may change again - right now, the studios are steering largely clear of February, March, and April and even May is starting to look like a dodgy proposition. Black Widow and the latest Fast & Furious movie are still in place in that month, but who knows if they'll stick around?