Snake Eyes postponed to 2021


Paramount has updated its movie release schedule, including a delay for Snake Eyes, and announces an official release date for Scream 5. Paramount announced in a press release Friday that GI spin-off Joe Snake Eyes, which was originally scheduled to hit theaters this year on October 23. , has been pushed back to October 22, 2021. The film will focus on the character, as portrayed by Henry Golding, training to become a member of the Arashikage clan. Scream 5 has also been given a release date and will hit theaters on January 14, 2022.

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Scream 5 arrives through a team between Paramount Pictures and Spyglass Media Group. The film will be helmed by Ready or Not directors Matthew Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett and will see franchise favorites like Courteney Cox and David Arquette reprise their respective roles. The company also announced that an untitled film from Lee Daniels Billie Holiday is slated for release on February 12, 2021, and the movie Clifford the Big Red Dog, originally slated for November 13, will now hit theaters on November 5, 2021. Paramount has also pushed back an untitled paranormal activity movie to 4 March 2022. It was originally scheduled for release on March 19 of next year.Beyond the delays, the company has removed an untitled Paramount-Hasbro event film from the schedule. This movie was supposed to be released in October of next year, but it looks like the movie won’t be released again. It’s unclear if this is a complete cancellation of the film or if it has been deleted as the company has yet to decide on a release date.Paramount is not alone in changing its release schedule amid the global COVID-19 pandemic. Disney did the same earlier this week, pushing The King’s Man back five months into 2021. Perhaps Paramount could switch to a digital distribution format for some of its upcoming films like Universal Pictures did earlier this year. with Trolls World Tour and The Invisible Man.

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Wesley LeBlanc is a freelance writer and guide for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @LeBlancWes.


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