Here’s a round-up of the latest delays to cinema release dates, as big films buy themselves a little more time for multiplexes around the world to reopen.

Whilst cinemas in England are all set to open over the next two weeks, it’s not so fast in other areas of the world. In particular where the movie business is concerned, cinemas in Los Angeles – at the heart of the US film industry – are going to have to wait a little longer.

As such, a few further knock-ons have been announced for some upcoming movies. And whilst the UK dates of these haven’t moved as of yet, it’s inevitable that they will.

Disney’s live action take on Mulan will now move from July 24th to August 21st, whilst the much-anticipated Bill & Ted Face The Music has gone back two weeks to August 28th.

The Russell Crowe-headlined Unhinged, which has been trying to position itself as the first movie back when cinemas reopened, has shifted three weeks back in the US to July 31st. At the moment, that one’s set for July 17th in the UK.

Meanwhile, the Tom Clancy adaptation Without Remorse, headlined by Michael B Jordan, has been pushed back to next February.

As we said, expect these date changes to have a knock-on in the UK too. More as we hear it.

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