Tom Cruise has just seen three of his next films postponed by the latest reshuffle of the ongoing pandemic release schedule.
His next Top Gun movie: Maverick was set to hit theaters on July 2 of this year, but has now been pushed back to November 19, Deadline reports.
However, November 19 was previously supposed to be the release date for the seventh film Mission: Impossible, so this film and its sequel have to be pushed back.
Incoming: Iconic: Tom Cruise just saw three of his upcoming movies postponed by the latest release schedule reshuffle, including Top Gun: Maverick (pictured)
Meanwhile: Top Gun: Maverick is a sequel to the iconic 1986 action drama Top Gun (pictured) that helped propel Tom to the stardom he enjoys today.
Paramount has set new release dates for 10 films in all, including the Top Gun sequel and the two upcoming Mission: Impossible films.
Top Gun: Maverick had to endure a series of postponements even before the coronavirus pandemic.
Its original release date was July 2019, then it was pushed back to summer 2020. Then the lockdown required it to be postponed to two days before last Christmas.
As 2020 wore on, even a winter release seemed unfeasible for a variety of reasons, including schedule changes for other films.
Long-standing franchise: The next two Mission: Impossible films also had to be pushed back; Tom is pictured in Rome filming upcoming seventh film
Still here after all these years: The last Mission: Impossible movie released was the sixth subtitled Fallout and released in 2018 (pictured)
Shakeup: Paramount has set new release dates for 10 films, including the Top Gun sequel and the two upcoming Mission: Impossible films; Tom is pictured in the first Mission: Impossible
Therefore, the film, a sequel to Tom Gun’s iconic 1986 action drama, was moved to July to be moved again to the week before Thanksgiving.
The Seventh Mission: Impossible is now slated for May 27, 2022, resulting in a delay for the eighth film which was previously scheduled to be released that same year.
Mission: Impossible 8 has now been moved from its scheduled release date of November 4, 2022 to July 7 of the following year.
May 27, 2022 was previously the set release date for an upcoming Dungeons And Dragons movie which was recently moved to March 3, 2023.
Always understood: May 27, 2022 was previously the set release date for an upcoming Dungeons And Dragons movie starring Hugh Grant (pictured) which was recently moved to March 3, 2023
Laughs: Jacka’s fourth film ** fared a bit better, being delayed by just seven weeks from September 3 to October 22 of this year; Jacka ** 3D is depicted
Dungeons And Dragons has assembled a star cast, including Hugh Grant as villain and Chris Pine and Michelle Rodriguez in other roles.
Jacka’s fourth film ** fared a bit better, being delayed by just seven weeks from September 3 to October 22 of this year.
However, October 22 was previously the release date for Snake Eyes, a GI Joe spinoff film directed by Crazy Rich Asians star Henry Golding.
Charmer: However, October 22 was previously the release date for Snake Eyes, a GI Joe spinoff film directed by Crazy Rich Asians star Henry Golding (pictured)
Rather than reporter Snake Eyes, the studio gave it an earlier version instead, picking the summer blockbuster date of July 23.
Three of the 10 newly announced release dates aren’t actually delays, but the first release dates that have been made public for those particular films.
The old Mission: Impossible 8 release date of November 4, 2022 has now been given to a Bee Gees biopic.
Remember when: Meanwhile, the next Star Trek movie will be released on June 9, 2023 – seven years after its commercially disappointing predecessor Star Trek Beyond (pictured)
Meanwhile, the next Star Trek movie will be released on June 9, 2023 – seven years after the release of its commercially disappointing predecessor, Star Trek Beyond.
A film based on the 1970s children’s book The Shrinking Of Treehorn and reportedly directed by Ron Howard will bow on November 10, 2023.
Exactly one week later, viewers will be treated to a film starring fiery Hollywood idols John Krasinski and Ryan Reynolds.