Christoper Nolan Principle, perhaps the most anticipated film of the pre-pandemic 2020 summer film season, has postponed its release two weeks as national movie chains prepare to reopen their doors.
Principle was due to arrive on 17 July 2020, but will be released on 31 July. Warner Bros. also announced that it will rather re-enter nolan’s Creation 17 July to mark the 10th anniversary of this blockbuster, Variety Reports.
As the COVID-19 pandemic forced the closure of national movie theaters and uprooted almost all movies with a summer release date – forcing a lot, including this weekend The King of Staten Island, video-on-demand or streaming — Principle remained firm on its July 17 release date, which the film industry rallied around as a beacon of hope for their reopening.
However, the most recent Principle the trailer did not repeat the July 17 release date, which indicated that the film’s arrival date was changing. Earlier this week, AMC Entertainment announced plans to open theaters nationwide in July as early as July 10, when Sony’s Selena Gomez starred The Broken Hearts Gallery is expected to hit the theaters. Disney’s Mulan is also scheduled for July 24, the first major film release to test the coronavirus measurements of theaters.
“We are particularly pleased, in this complex and rapidly changing environment, to bring Principle, a global tentpole of breathtaking size, reach and scale, in theaters around the world on July 31,” Toby Emmerich, president of Warner Bros. Pictures Group, said in a statement Friday.
“It’s been longer than any of us could have imagined since we saw a movie on the big screen, and recognize the Chris fans that we count up Principleopening day, we are also pleased to offer its masterpiece Creation 10th anniversary on July 17.
While Principle was only pushed for two weeks, Warner Bros. announced that the Wonder Woman Suite WW84 would be postponed again, from 14 August to 2 October; The film originally held a release date of June 5, 2020.
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