‘Dune’ Release Pushed to October 2021

Film – October 5, 2020 at 01:03PM:

dune release date

The bad news for movie theaters in 2020 continues as Dune, Denis Villeneueve‘s star-studded sci-fi epic, vacates its December 2020 release date and moves to October of next year. Dune joins an ever-growing number of big movies that have been pushed into next year due to the ongoing coronavirus crisis. For now, Warner Bros. will hang their 2020 winter box office hopes on Wonder Woman 1984, which is still set to open on December 25. But, as we all know by now, that could change.

Continue reading

‘No Time To Die’ Delayed To Easter Weekend 2021 As Pandemic Takes Grip At Box Office

Box Office – Deadline – October 2, 2020 at 02:05PM:


MGM’s No Time to Die is officially heading to April 2, 2021, Easter weekend, and vacating its Nov. 20 release date. Interestingly enough, this puts No Time to Die on the same weekend with Universal’s F9. I hear that the latter is bound to move. Universal is providing no comment on that release date change. “MGM, Universal and Bond producers, […]

Continue reading

‘CopShop’ Action Pic Pauses Production After Three Crew Members Test Positive For COVID-19

Film – Deadline – October 2, 2020 at 12:18PM:


EXCLUSIVE: After learning three crew members tested positive for COVID-19, production on the action movie CopShop starring Gerard Butler and Frank Grillo has been brought to halt, sources tell Deadline. The film is being directed by Joe Carnahan and had just begun shooting in Georgia prior to the halt. “We learned this morning that three crew […]

Continue reading

Chris Meloni ‘Law & Order: SVU’ Spinoff Delayed as Showrunner Exits

TV – Variety – October 2, 2020 at 10:07AM:


The “Law & Order: SVU” spinoff centering around Chris Meloni’s Elliot Stabler has been delayed. The news comes as a result of a showrunner change, with Matt Olmstead exiting the role for creative reasons, Variety has confirmed with sources. Olmstead has plenty of history in the Dick Wolf stable of shows, having co-created and helped launch “Chicago […]

Continue reading