Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows

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Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows

Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows

Posted on: January 22nd, 2021 by ABC News No Comments

Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows

NBC to shut down NBC Sports Network at end of 2021

Posted on: January 22nd, 2021 by ABC News No Comments

NBC will shut down the NBC Sports Network at the end of the year

NBC to shut down NBC Sports Network at end of 2021

Posted on: January 22nd, 2021 by ABC News No Comments

NBC will shut down the NBC Sports Network at the end of the year

David Ng named executive editor of The Providence Journal

Posted on: January 22nd, 2021 by ABC News No Comments

The former top editor of The New York Daily News has been tapped as the next executive editor of The Providence Journal

David Ng named executive editor of The Providence Journal

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The former top editor of The New York Daily News has been tapped as the next executive editor of The Providence Journal

John Krasinski, Dan Levy, Regina King are the first ‘SNL’ hosts of 2021

Posted on: January 22nd, 2021 by ABC News No Comments

Krasinski directing “A Quiet Place Part II”/Paramount Pictures(NEW YORK) — On the show’s Twitter feedSaturday Night Live just announced the hosts and musical guests for the first three shows of the 2021 season. 

John Krasinski will host the January 30th installment, with Machine Gun Kelly as the musical guest; Schitt’s Creek Emmy winner Dan Levy headlines the February 6 show, which features Phoebe Bridgers playing Studio 8H; and on February 13, Oscar and Emmy winner Regina King toplines the show, with Nathaniel Rateliff as the musical guest. 

Krasinski’s appearance is a do-over. He was in New York City and supposed to guest host last spring, before the release of his sequel A Quiet Place Part II, however the film’s debut — and indeed Saturday Night Live — became early victims of the COVID-19 shutdowns.

On his Twitter, the Office star-turned director just noted, “Aaaaaand cue the pinching myself.”

By Stephen Iervolino
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John Krasinski, Dan Levy, Regina King are the first ‘SNL’ hosts of 2021

Posted on: January 22nd, 2021 by ABC News No Comments

Krasinski directing “A Quiet Place Part II”/Paramount Pictures(NEW YORK) — On the show’s Twitter feedSaturday Night Live just announced the hosts and musical guests for the first three shows of the 2021 season. 

John Krasinski will host the January 30th installment, with Machine Gun Kelly as the musical guest; Schitt’s Creek Emmy winner Dan Levy headlines the February 6 show, which features Phoebe Bridgers playing Studio 8H; and on February 13, Oscar and Emmy winner Regina King toplines the show, with Nathaniel Rateliff as the musical guest. 

Krasinski’s appearance is a do-over. He was in New York City and supposed to guest host last spring, before the release of his sequel A Quiet Place Part II, however the film’s debut — and indeed Saturday Night Live — became early victims of the COVID-19 shutdowns.

On his Twitter, the Office star-turned director just noted, “Aaaaaand cue the pinching myself.”

By Stephen Iervolino
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Disney moves ‘The King’s Man’, ‘Bob’s Burgers’ film, as COVID-19 shut-downs continue

Posted on: January 22nd, 2021 by ABC News No Comments

“The King’s Man” – 20th Century Films(LOS ANGELES) — Disney has followed Sony’s suit, and on Friday steered a slew of big releases away from theaters, many of which are still shut down because of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The titles, from Disney’s acquisition of 20th Century Fox and Fox Searchlight, include the thrice-bumped Kingsman prequel The King’s Man; that film, due out last year and delayed to try to avoid the pandemic, will now move from March 12 to August 20, Variety notes. 

A big-screen bow of Fox’s hit animated show Bob’s Burgers was to open April 9, but now has been removed entirely from the 2021 schedule. 

Other titles include the animated Ron’s Gone Wrong, which went from April 23 to October 22, the thriller Antlers, and the Jessica Chastain-led biopic The Eyes of Tammy Faye; the former title will now open October 29, while the latter is set for September 24. 

The elephant in the room, however wasn’t mentioned: Marvel’s Black Widow. The standalone adventure of Scarlett Johansson’s titular Avenger and super-spy was to open May 1, 2020, before it was bumped to November of last year, and then into 2021; so far, its latest release date is still slated for May 7, 2021.

Other big Disney releases that haven’t yet changed include other 2020 refugees like Free Guy with Ryan Reynolds on May 21; Cruella with Emma Stone on May 28; Marvel’s Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings on July 9, and Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt’s Jungle Cruise on July 30.

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Disney moves ‘The King’s Man’, ‘Bob’s Burgers’ film, as COVID-19 shut-downs continue

Posted on: January 22nd, 2021 by ABC News No Comments

“The King’s Man” – 20th Century Films(LOS ANGELES) — Disney has followed Sony’s suit, and on Friday steered a slew of big releases away from theaters, many of which are still shut down because of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The titles, from Disney’s acquisition of 20th Century Fox and Fox Searchlight, include the thrice-bumped Kingsman prequel The King’s Man; that film, due out last year and delayed to try to avoid the pandemic, will now move from March 12 to August 20, Variety notes. 

A big-screen bow of Fox’s hit animated show Bob’s Burgers was to open April 9, but now has been removed entirely from the 2021 schedule. 

Other titles include the animated Ron’s Gone Wrong, which went from April 23 to October 22, the thriller Antlers, and the Jessica Chastain-led biopic The Eyes of Tammy Faye; the former title will now open October 29, while the latter is set for September 24. 

The elephant in the room, however wasn’t mentioned: Marvel’s Black Widow. The standalone adventure of Scarlett Johansson’s titular Avenger and super-spy was to open May 1, 2020, before it was bumped to November of last year, and then into 2021; so far, its latest release date is still slated for May 7, 2021.

Other big Disney releases that haven’t yet changed include other 2020 refugees like Free Guy with Ryan Reynolds on May 21; Cruella with Emma Stone on May 28; Marvel’s Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings on July 9, and Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt’s Jungle Cruise on July 30.

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By Stephen Iervolino
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‘Baba Yaga’ introduces with a virtual reality movie premiere

Posted on: January 22nd, 2021 by ABC News No Comments

Daisy Ridley and Jennifer Hudson went to a movie premiere together last week

‘Baba Yaga’ introduces with a virtual reality movie premiere

Posted on: January 22nd, 2021 by ABC News No Comments

Daisy Ridley and Jennifer Hudson went to a movie premiere together last week

"If" Chris Evans returns as Captain America, "I’d be very happy with that" says Anthony Mackie

Posted on: January 22nd, 2021 by ABC News No Comments

Marvel Studios(LOS ANGELES) — It had been recently reported that Chris Evans had agreed to return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe years after he capped his Captain America career with Avengers: Endgame

However, even as that report was met with a Tesseract-size grain of salt, with Evans himself responding on Twitter “News to me,” and a shrugging emoji, his former partner seems to be OK with the possibility. 

Anthony Mackie, who played Sam Wilson/Falcon in the Marvel films — to whom a time-traveled Steve Rogers passed his Captain America shield and mantle at the end of Endgame — was asked about the possibility on the podcast Happy Sad Confused.

“You know, I’ve heard that,” the affable actor says about the Evans story. “Look, Chris is my boy, so if they’re getting the band back together, I’ll be very happy with that.” 

For now, Mackie can be seen in the sci-fi thriller Outside The Wire on Netflix.

He’ll next play Wilson, as the newly-crowned Cap, in Falcon and the Winter Soldier, which debuts March 19 on Disney+.

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"If" Chris Evans returns as Captain America, "I’d be very happy with that" says Anthony Mackie

Posted on: January 22nd, 2021 by ABC News No Comments

Marvel Studios(LOS ANGELES) — It had been recently reported that Chris Evans had agreed to return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe years after he capped his Captain America career with Avengers: Endgame

However, even as that report was met with a Tesseract-size grain of salt, with Evans himself responding on Twitter “News to me,” and a shrugging emoji, his former partner seems to be OK with the possibility. 

Anthony Mackie, who played Sam Wilson/Falcon in the Marvel films — to whom a time-traveled Steve Rogers passed his Captain America shield and mantle at the end of Endgame — was asked about the possibility on the podcast Happy Sad Confused.

“You know, I’ve heard that,” the affable actor says about the Evans story. “Look, Chris is my boy, so if they’re getting the band back together, I’ll be very happy with that.” 

For now, Mackie can be seen in the sci-fi thriller Outside The Wire on Netflix.

He’ll next play Wilson, as the newly-crowned Cap, in Falcon and the Winter Soldier, which debuts March 19 on Disney+.

Disney is the parent company of ABC News.

By Stephen Iervolino
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Neil Patrick Harris doesn’t see an issue with straight actors playing gay characters

Posted on: January 22nd, 2021 by ABC News No Comments

John Parra/Getty Images for Goldbelly(LOS ANGELES) — Neil Patrick Harris broke his silence on the debate over straight actors playing gay characters.  The A Series of Unfortunate Events star, who came out as gay in 2006, says he doesn’t see an issue.

In a Thursday interview with The Sunday Times, Harris weighed in on the comments made by screenwriter Russel T. Davies, who said he is against straight actors playing gay roles.

“I’m not one to jump onto labeling. As an actor, you certainly hope you can be a visible option for all kinds of different roles,” the 47-year-old Emmy nominee expressed, using the character he played on How I Met Your Mother — serial womanizer Barney Stinson — to illustrate his point.

“I played a character for nine years that was nothing like me,” said Harris before referencing Davies’ series Queer as Folk, which starred three straight actors as gay men.

“It was one of the real true turning points for me as examples of sexy guys behaving as leads in something of import, not as comic sidekicks,” the father of two elaborated. “There’s something something sexy about casting a straight actor to play a gay role, if they’re willing to invest in it.”

Harris also added that mentality may force actors and actresses in uncomfortable situations and also limit their opportunities, explaining, “In our world that we live in, you can’t really as a director demand that… Who’s to determine how gay someone is?”

Davies, in a previous interview, expressed, “You wouldn’t cast someone able-bodied and put them in a wheelchair. You wouldn’t Black someone up. Authenticity is leading us to joyous places.”

When asked about Davies’ comments directly, Harris understood where the Welsh television producer was coming from, saying he was “speaking more about the joyfulness of being able to be authentic.”

By Megan Stone
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Neil Patrick Harris doesn’t see an issue with straight actors playing gay characters

Posted on: January 22nd, 2021 by ABC News No Comments

John Parra/Getty Images for Goldbelly(LOS ANGELES) — Neil Patrick Harris broke his silence on the debate over straight actors playing gay characters.  The A Series of Unfortunate Events star, who came out as gay in 2006, says he doesn’t see an issue.

In a Thursday interview with The Sunday Times, Harris weighed in on the comments made by screenwriter Russel T. Davies, who said he is against straight actors playing gay roles.

“I’m not one to jump onto labeling. As an actor, you certainly hope you can be a visible option for all kinds of different roles,” the 47-year-old Emmy nominee expressed, using the character he played on How I Met Your Mother — serial womanizer Barney Stinson — to illustrate his point.

“I played a character for nine years that was nothing like me,” said Harris before referencing Davies’ series Queer as Folk, which starred three straight actors as gay men.

“It was one of the real true turning points for me as examples of sexy guys behaving as leads in something of import, not as comic sidekicks,” the father of two elaborated. “There’s something something sexy about casting a straight actor to play a gay role, if they’re willing to invest in it.”

Harris also added that mentality may force actors and actresses in uncomfortable situations and also limit their opportunities, explaining, “In our world that we live in, you can’t really as a director demand that… Who’s to determine how gay someone is?”

Davies, in a previous interview, expressed, “You wouldn’t cast someone able-bodied and put them in a wheelchair. You wouldn’t Black someone up. Authenticity is leading us to joyous places.”

When asked about Davies’ comments directly, Harris understood where the Welsh television producer was coming from, saying he was “speaking more about the joyfulness of being able to be authentic.”

By Megan Stone
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Tom Brokaw says he’s retiring from NBC News after 55 years

Posted on: January 22nd, 2021 by ABC News No Comments

Broadcast Tom Brokaw says he is retiring from NBC News after working at the network for 55 years

Tom Brokaw says he’s retiring from NBC News after 55 years

Posted on: January 22nd, 2021 by ABC News No Comments

Broadcast Tom Brokaw says he is retiring from NBC News after working at the network for 55 years

Tony Award-winning choreographer Bob Avian dies at 83

Posted on: January 22nd, 2021 by ABC News No Comments

Bob Avian, a Tony Award-winning choreographer who had a role in some of the most beloved and influential shows on Broadway, including “Dreamgirls,” “A Chorus Line,” “Follies” and “Miss Saigon,” has died

Tony Award-winning choreographer Bob Avian dies at 83

Posted on: January 22nd, 2021 by ABC News No Comments

Bob Avian, a Tony Award-winning choreographer who had a role in some of the most beloved and influential shows on Broadway, including “Dreamgirls,” “A Chorus Line,” “Follies” and “Miss Saigon,” has died

‘Babylon 5’, ‘Lost’ actress Mira Furlan dead at 65

Posted on: January 22nd, 2021 by ABC News No Comments

Furlan in “Lost” – Mario Perez/Walt Disney Television via Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) — Mira Furlan, the Yugoslavian actress who appeared as the alien Delenn on the sci-fi series Babylon 5 and Danielle Rousseau on Lost, has died at 65.

Although no cause of death was given, it apparently was not a surprise, as the actress left a message to fans that was posted after her passing. “I look at the stars. It’s a clear night and the milky way seemed so near,” the message reads. “That’s where I’ll be going soon. ‘We’re all star stuff,’ I suddenly remembered Delenn’s line from Joe’s script. Not a bad prospect. I am not afraid.”

The actress was memorialized by Babylon 5 writer and executive producer, J. Michael Straczynski as “fearless.” He recalled her telling him when they first met that she was part of a theater group that put on productions even as her native Yugoslavia was being torn apart by a civil war, and both sides targeted the performers with death threats.

Straczynski remembered her in a lengthy post about her life and declining health, tweeting with “great sadness,” that, “our friend and comrade had gone down the road where we cannot reach her.”

He added, “But as with all things, we will catch up with her in time, and I believe she will have many stories to tell us, and many new roles to share with the universe.”

By Stephen Iervolino
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‘Babylon 5’, ‘Lost’ actress Mira Furlan dead at 65

Posted on: January 22nd, 2021 by ABC News No Comments

Furlan in “Lost” – Mario Perez/Walt Disney Television via Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) — Mira Furlan, the Yugoslavian actress who appeared as the alien Delenn on the sci-fi series Babylon 5 and Danielle Rousseau on Lost, has died at 65.

Although no cause of death was given, it apparently was not a surprise, as the actress left a message to fans that was posted after her passing. “I look at the stars. It’s a clear night and the milky way seemed so near,” the message reads. “That’s where I’ll be going soon. ‘We’re all star stuff,’ I suddenly remembered Delenn’s line from Joe’s script. Not a bad prospect. I am not afraid.”

The actress was memorialized by Babylon 5 writer and executive producer, J. Michael Straczynski as “fearless.” He recalled her telling him when they first met that she was part of a theater group that put on productions even as her native Yugoslavia was being torn apart by a civil war, and both sides targeted the performers with death threats.

Straczynski remembered her in a lengthy post about her life and declining health, tweeting with “great sadness,” that, “our friend and comrade had gone down the road where we cannot reach her.”

He added, “But as with all things, we will catch up with her in time, and I believe she will have many stories to tell us, and many new roles to share with the universe.”

By Stephen Iervolino
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A family on the edge of society in ‘Acasa, My Home’

Posted on: January 22nd, 2021 by ABC News No Comments

Just outside of Bucharest, a family with nine children called the lands around an abandoned water reservoir and landfill home

A family on the edge of society in ‘Acasa, My Home’

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Just outside of Bucharest, a family with nine children called the lands around an abandoned water reservoir and landfill home

"I was just trying to keep warm!" Bernie Sanders laughs on ‘Late Night’ about his meme-ready picture

Posted on: January 22nd, 2021 by ABC News No Comments

NBCUniversal(NEW YORK) — Yes, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is well aware of that viral photo of himself bundled up during Joe Biden’s inauguration. At least, he is now.

Nearly immediately after the picture went public — with a grumpy looking Sanders, arms folded, legs crossed, his hands stuffed into comically giant crocheted mittens — it was being Photoshopped into everything from kids soccer games, to Baby Yoda’s floating pram in The Mandalorian. Not that the former presidential candidate was aware of it initially.

“Not at all,” the 79-year-old Democrat declared on Thursday’s Late Night with Seth Meyers, when asked if he knew his picture basically broke the Internet.  Sen. Sanders insisted of his meme-ready outfit, “I was just sitting there trying to keep warm.”

Sanders also explained that the now sought-after mittens were a gift “from a woman who lives in Essex Junction, Vermont, she is a school teacher and a very very nice person. And she’s been somewhat overwhelmed by the kind of attention that is being shown to her mittens,” Sanders said.

In fact, she’s apparently been inundated with orders for those looking to steal Bernie’s look, but she apparently refused, saying, “I’m not going to quit my day job, and I’m a mom.”

By Stephen Iervolino
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"I was just trying to keep warm!" Bernie Sanders laughs on ‘Late Night’ about his meme-ready picture

Posted on: January 22nd, 2021 by ABC News No Comments

NBCUniversal(NEW YORK) — Yes, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is well aware of that viral photo of himself bundled up during Joe Biden’s inauguration. At least, he is now.

Nearly immediately after the picture went public — with a grumpy looking Sanders, arms folded, legs crossed, his hands stuffed into comically giant crocheted mittens — it was being Photoshopped into everything from kids soccer games, to Baby Yoda’s floating pram in The Mandalorian. Not that the former presidential candidate was aware of it initially.

“Not at all,” the 79-year-old Democrat declared on Thursday’s Late Night with Seth Meyers, when asked if he knew his picture basically broke the Internet.  Sen. Sanders insisted of his meme-ready outfit, “I was just sitting there trying to keep warm.”

Sanders also explained that the now sought-after mittens were a gift “from a woman who lives in Essex Junction, Vermont, she is a school teacher and a very very nice person. And she’s been somewhat overwhelmed by the kind of attention that is being shown to her mittens,” Sanders said.

In fact, she’s apparently been inundated with orders for those looking to steal Bernie’s look, but she apparently refused, saying, “I’m not going to quit my day job, and I’m a mom.”

By Stephen Iervolino
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‘Game of Thrones’ prequel, ‘Tales of Dunk and Egg’, in the works at HBO

Posted on: January 22nd, 2021 by ABC News No Comments

HBO/Helen Sloane(LOS ANGELES) — Another Game of Thrones prequel, Tales of Dunk and Egg, is in early development at HBO, according to Variety.

The potential show, would be based on George R. R. Martin’s series of fantasy novellas, which follow the adventures of Duncan the Tall — a.k.a. Dunk, and a young Aegon V Targaryen — a.k.a. Egg, 90 years prior to the events of A Song of Ice and Fire.

While Variety reports the project is a high priority for the cabler, neither a writer nor talent are attached as of yet.

That’s not all though.

Entertainment Weekly reports HBO has also been meeting with several top writers — Rome creator Bruno Heller among them — pitching other ideas based on Martin’s works. They include a prequel series based on Robert’s Rebellion — the war for the Iron Throne that upended Westeros a couple of decades before the events in Thrones.

HBO had previously given a series order to another GoT prequel project, House of the Dragon. This one is set 300 years before the events in GoT and explores the beginning of the end for House Targaryen.

For book fans, the series, from Martin and original GoT producer Ryan Condal, is reportedly largely based off of Martin’s Fire & Blood novel, which came out in 2018.

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‘Game of Thrones’ prequel, ‘Tales of Dunk and Egg’, in the works at HBO

Posted on: January 22nd, 2021 by ABC News No Comments

HBO/Helen Sloane(LOS ANGELES) — Another Game of Thrones prequel, Tales of Dunk and Egg, is in early development at HBO, according to Variety.

The potential show, would be based on George R. R. Martin’s series of fantasy novellas, which follow the adventures of Duncan the Tall — a.k.a. Dunk, and a young Aegon V Targaryen — a.k.a. Egg, 90 years prior to the events of A Song of Ice and Fire.

While Variety reports the project is a high priority for the cabler, neither a writer nor talent are attached as of yet.

That’s not all though.

Entertainment Weekly reports HBO has also been meeting with several top writers — Rome creator Bruno Heller among them — pitching other ideas based on Martin’s works. They include a prequel series based on Robert’s Rebellion — the war for the Iron Throne that upended Westeros a couple of decades before the events in Thrones.

HBO had previously given a series order to another GoT prequel project, House of the Dragon. This one is set 300 years before the events in GoT and explores the beginning of the end for House Targaryen.

For book fans, the series, from Martin and original GoT producer Ryan Condal, is reportedly largely based off of Martin’s Fire & Blood novel, which came out in 2018.

By George Costantino
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COVID-19 delays strike again: ‘No Time to Die’, ‘Morbius’, and ‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife’ all bumped again

Posted on: January 22nd, 2021 by ABC News No Comments

Nicola Dove © 2020 DANJAQ, LLC AND MGM. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.(LOS ANGELES) — James Bond, the Marvel Comics vampire anti-hero Morbius, and the Ghostbusters have faced many enemies, but they can’t best COVID-19. 

No Time to Die, Daniel Craig’s last mission as 007, was originally supposed to come out last April. It was first pushed to November in an attempt to outrun the virus, before being bumped to this April 2. It will now be pushed to October 8 of this year, MGM notes. 

The date change, and continued pandemic uncertainty have caused a release date logjam for the studio, Variety reports. 

October 8 was slated for 007 co-producer Sony Pictures to debut its Morbius, starring Oscar winner and 30 Seconds to Mars front man Jared Leto, but it will now open January 21, 2022. The superhero film was supposed to come out March 19, after being bumped from July of 2020.

Sony Pictures’ Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway was supposed to come out April 2, but it’s been bumped to June 11 — the already-rescheduled release date for Ghostbusters: Afterlife. That film, another 2020 release date refugee, will reportedly now open November 11.

The studio’s Cinderella, with singer Camilla Cabello, has also been bumped again, from February 5 to July 16. That, in turn, ran into the release window for Uncharted, the video game adaptation starring Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg — that action adventure will now come out February 11, 2022. 

By Stephen Iervolino
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COVID-19 delays strike again: ‘No Time to Die’, ‘Morbius’, and ‘Ghostbusters: Afterlife’ all bumped again

Posted on: January 22nd, 2021 by ABC News No Comments

Nicola Dove © 2020 DANJAQ, LLC AND MGM. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.(LOS ANGELES) — James Bond, the Marvel Comics vampire anti-hero Morbius, and the Ghostbusters have faced many enemies, but they can’t best COVID-19. 

No Time to Die, Daniel Craig’s last mission as 007, was originally supposed to come out last April. It was first pushed to November in an attempt to outrun the virus, before being bumped to this April 2. It will now be pushed to October 8 of this year, MGM notes. 

The date change, and continued pandemic uncertainty have caused a release date logjam for the studio, Variety reports. 

October 8 was slated for 007 co-producer Sony Pictures to debut its Morbius, starring Oscar winner and 30 Seconds to Mars front man Jared Leto, but it will now open January 21, 2022. The superhero film was supposed to come out March 19, after being bumped from July of 2020.

Sony Pictures’ Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway was supposed to come out April 2, but it’s been bumped to June 11 — the already-rescheduled release date for Ghostbusters: Afterlife. That film, another 2020 release date refugee, will reportedly now open November 11.

The studio’s Cinderella, with singer Camilla Cabello, has also been bumped again, from February 5 to July 16. That, in turn, ran into the release window for Uncharted, the video game adaptation starring Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg — that action adventure will now come out February 11, 2022. 

By Stephen Iervolino
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