Due to the coronavirus, many movies changed their release dates again. These include A Quiet Place 2 and Top Gun: Maverick.
The film industry continues to wreak havoc with the Covid-19, and the delay of two expected releases has now been announced. This is A Quiet Place 2 and Top Gun: Maverick. Although it is a bitter drink for the industry, the decision to reschedule the release of these films is the most sensible, in order to avoid losses at the box office.
Thus, Top Gun: Maverick, sequel to the 1986 Tom Cruise classic, you'll have to wait until next summer to hit theaters. And it is that the action adventure, from Paramount and Skydance, had initially set its release date to December 23 and will now premiere until July 2, 2021. While A quiet place 2, A horror sequel to A Quiet Place, starring John Krasinski and Emily Blunt, has also changed its release until April 23, 2021.
Quiet Place 2 was slated to open on the big screen on March 20 of this year, but it was one of the first major films to be stranded when coronavirus cases began to spread in the United States.
The studio moved the film directed by John Krasinski to September 6, 2020, in the hope that the films will return during the summer. But the uncertainty that started when movie theaters, which closed for the first time in March, had to be closed again has intensified as the pandemic continues to escalate in the United States and other international markets.
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