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“Free Guy” and “Death on the Nile” are removed from schedule

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Filmiere.com keep sharing re-schedules of the movies and hoping that stable days will be back soon. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a lot of movies had to change the release dates and then kept doing so.

The next ones on the list are Ryan Reynolds’ new comedy “Free Guy”, which is a perfect world that should have been released in early summer but then it was slated for Dec. 11.

Meanwhile, Kenneth Branagh’s follow-up to “Murder on the Orient Express” titled “Death on the Nile’ was also expected to get released in December. However, both films are now removed from the schedule. Neither have new release dates.

We’ll share when there’ll be updates on these sudden changes. This is a year of unpredictable events and definitely a challenging time for cinemas/theatres and the studios.

The delays are another blow to movie theaters, who have been struggling to sell tickets with the dearth of new films. So far, the new “Wonder Woman” film is the only left unmoved from the 2020 schedule since “Tenet”.

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