Cinema: The start dates of Uncharted, James Bond, Ghostbusters and more have been postponed again – Games update

After insiders have already suspected that there will soon be further delays in the cinema releases of upcoming blockbusters, those responsible at Sony have actually postponed almost all of the dates. Among other things, the film adaptation of Uncharted hit it again. Even though the shooting with Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg has already been completed, fans will have to wait a little longer.

The new theatrical release of Uncharted has been set for February 11, 2022. Before that, the film should open in July 2021. The film has been in production at Sony for more than ten years. In addition to Tom Holland as Nathan Drake and Mark Wahlberg in the role of Victor "Sully" Sullivan, Antonio Banderas, Tati Grabrielle and Sophia Ali were also in front of the camera – Ruben Fleischer was in the director's chair.

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At the same time, Sony has also announced new dates for projects such as Ghostbusters: Legacy and Morbius. The Ghostbusters will now hit theaters on November 11, 2021. The upcoming Marvel movie with Jared Leto in the lead role Morbius can only be seen from January 21, 2022. But other productions have also postponed their theatrical releases.

Among other things, James Bond: No Time to Die got a new start. The last agent film with actor Daniel Craig will land in theaters on October 8, 2021 and has been postponed for the fifth time. An early publication with one of the many streaming providers is still not planned.

via Deadline

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