“Jackass Forever” (originally slated for Oct. 22, 2021) will now debut on Feb. 4, 2022, “탑 건: Maverick” (11 월. 19, 2021) will now debut on May 27, 2022 and ‘Mission: 불가능 7″ (할 수있다 27, 2022) will hit theaters on Sept. 30, 2022, 당 종류.
톰 크루즈, a vocal proponent of COVD-safe film productions, stars in both “탑 건: Maverick,” a sequel to the 1986 히트, 과 “사명: Impossible 7,” a continuation of his popular spy action-thriller franchise.
Both films have seen a number of release delays since the down of the pandemic, as movie theaters have either been closed, had limited audiences or have failed to attract pre-pandemic level audiences that pricey tentpole films rely on so heavily.
“Jackass Forever,” starring Johnny Knoxville and Steve-O as regulars of the shock comedy franchise has seen several delays in its own right.
The move by Paramount is the biggest made a studio or distributor in recent months, with others like MGM (“존경”) and Disney (“Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings“) have stuck to their summer release dates despite a lack of a downtick in coronavirus cases in the US.
The shuffle is also another blow to theater owners, who were banking on Cruise’s pictures to help reinvigorate the box office, which has – for the most part – been dull for over a year.
하나, there are still several other large titles coming this year that could help the bounce office bounce back, unless their studios follow in Paramount’s footsteps and remove them from 2021’s release schedule.
Among the films that carry a promise of financial success for theaters are “Dear Evan Hansen” (씨족. 24), “죽을 시간이 없다” (10 월. 8), “영원” (11 월. 5), “West Side Story” (12 월. 10) 그리고 더.