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Top Five Blockbuster Movies Postponed Due To Coronavirus

'tainment 06/29/2020

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We were all ready for some of the biggest blockbusters of 2020 before the pandemic wreaked havoc on the world. From Fast & Furious 9 [F9] to No Time To Die, Wonder Woman 1984 and the sequel to the horror smash A Quiet Place.

Below are a list of revised dates for those of us who still want to see these blockbusters more than anything:


1. The King's Man

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The King's Man is the third film in the Kingsman film series and a prequel to the first two films. The film was scheduled for release on November 15th 2019 but was pushed back twice, initially to the 14th of February this year and is now set to be released on the 18th of September 2020.


2. Spiral

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This reboot of the hit horror franchise SAW, starring Chris Rock and Samuel L. Jackson was set to be released in May 2020 but has since been postponed to the 21st of May 2021.


3. A Quiet Place Part 2

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As the Coronavirus silenced cinemas (pun intended), A Quiet Place Part 2 was also in the cards of postponement. This post-apocalyptic tale in which monsters hunt off of noise was initially slated for a March 2020 release but has since been postponed to the 4th of September 2020.


4. Fast & Furious 9 [F9]

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You guessed it, we won't be seeing it anytime soon (again, pun intended). This next film in the hugely successful Fast & Furious franchise adds WWE SUPERSTAR John Cena to it's star cast and was undoubtedly one of the most anticipated films of the year. It was due to open in cinemas in May 2020 but has been moved to April 2 2021, a date which coincides with what would have been the release date of the 10th film in the franchise.


5. No Time To Die

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No Time To Die marks the exit of Daniel Craig as the seductive and skilled 007 from the James Bond franchise. The film's release dates were changed twice, with the final verdict being November 12 in the United Kingdom and November 20th in the USA this year.

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