Sony Pictures delays five of its films to new dates in 2021.

Sony has become the latest studio to announce a new collection of delays to its films in response to the current Coronavirus shutdown, with five films in all being shifted.

The highest profile? That’d be Ghostbusters: Afterlife, that’s moving from a July 2020 release to a new date of March 5th 2021. Not far behind it is the comic book movie Morbius, that had been scheduled to open on July 31st of this year, but won’t now be with us until March 19th 2021.

Elsewhere, Peter Rabbit 2, one of the first films to be put back, has been delayed again. That’s now not coming until January 15th 2021. The Tom Hanks-headlined and written Greyhound is no longer being released on June 12th 2020, and a new date for that one hasn’t been found.

Finally, the Uncharted movie, which has faced no shortage of delays to get this far, has moved back from March 5th 2021 until December 8th 2021, in light of the fact that it’s not been able to start filming as planned as of yet.

More on all of these as we hear it.

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