More movies have their release dates pushed back, with no sign of cinemas reopening anytime soon – details here.

The release date delays keep on coming, with there currently looking like precious little chance cinemas in the UK at least opening this side of March. In the US, things seem little better. Over the last week, we’ve thus had a whole bunch of films seeing their release dates delayed again, led once more by the next James Bond adventure No Time To Die.

Now, here’s another bunch of fresh delays. Fingers crossed that all of these are being delayed for the last time.

Matthew Vaughn’s Kingsman prequel film has now shunted back from its March date to August 20th.

John Krasinki’s A Quiet Place Part II meanwhile had been due this April, but it now won’t be with us until September.

Morbius, starring Jared Leto, has gone back again too. It had recently been given a release date of October this year, but it’s now been pushed to January 2022.

We’re once again in the position where no blockbuster movie is set to have an exclusive cinema release for a couple of months.

We’ll keep you posted, of course, as we hear more.

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