Sony delays Ghostbusters: Afterlife release and more Due to COVID-19.

Sony delays Ghostbusters: Afterlife release and more Due to COVID-19.

Due to Coronavirus pandemic the film industry badly affected, especially when if talk about those movies that were set to release soon. From No time to die to Wonder Woman 1984, the list of movies in this summer is shrinking smaller to smaller. And now Sony delay the release date of Ghostbusters: Afterlife

Release date of Ghostbuster: Afterlife was originally dated Aug 7 but now Sony will release on March 5, 2021. Morbius release date was July 31 now being pushed back till March 19, 2021, Additionally, Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway, which will be delayed due to coronavirus pandemic now it will be primed on January 15, 2021, though Greyhound and an untitled Sony Marvel movie, which were marked for June 12, 2020, and October 8, 2021, and right now other are no dates yet.

So right now only five films of Columbia pictures are still on track for 2020. An American PickleConnectedVenom 2The Man from Toronto and Fatherhood, with the latter, oddly enough, will release in October although they were set to release for January 2021. It is possible that some of these movies will be pushed back to 2021. 

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Still, it’s not clear yet when theaters will reopen and normal life come on track again, it is good that Sony playing safely, somehow keep those movies in their recent slots and risk theaters not being back up, The Sony is holding them back for a time when things get normal and people start going theaters back, If they don’t release in 2020 it doesn’t mean these movies will disappear forever.

Bunch of three biggest delays Ghostbusters: Afterlife is a sequel to the original two Ghostbusters films, Ghostbusters cast including Carrie Coon, Paul Rudd, Finn Wolfhard, and Mckenna Grace. The Jared Leto-led Morbius Character is a scientist becoming hurt with vampirism in Sony’s Marvel Universe, while Uncharted sees Tom Holland playing a young Nathan Drake.

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