With Tenet, the movie trade’s chief in enjoying rooster with the coronavirus, having a new launch date (or lack thereof) each week or so, it appears unlikely that the theatrical distribution market goes to wind again up anytime quickly, at the very least within the United States. One of the few movies left with a summer time launch date was Antebellum, and now it’s been moved, too.
Directed by Gerard Bush and written by Christopher Renz, the movie, distributed by Lionsgate, stars Janelle Monae as an creator, Veronica Henley, who, per Deadline, “finds herself trapped in a horrifying reality and must uncover the mind-bending mystery before it’s too late.” Can’t relate. Jena Malone, Gadbourey Sidibe, and Jack Huston are additionally starring within the movie.
The film was initially slated for an April 24th launch, however that, naturally, didn’t occur, and it was pushed again to August 21st. With that date not attainable, it has been quickly faraway from the discharge calendar fully. According to Deadline, the plan is to schedule the movie if Tenet is ready to handle a profitable Labor Day weekend launch, which is a prospect I don’t assume try to be holding out hope for.
It seems like a promising movie, and it’ll be probably the primary massive horror title to return out when theatres are allowed to re-open. Hopefully, that’ll occur when it’s protected to take action, and we are able to go get pleasure from it. But we’ll see.
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