The prequel film to "A Quiet Place," "Mission: Impossible 8," has been postponed from summer 2025 to summer 2024.
The release of Tom Cruise's most recent endeavor is scheduled for 2025.
The following "Mission: Impossible" will now be released on May 23, 2025 instead of its planned release date of June 28, 2024, thanks to a postponement by Paramount Pictures.
The eighth "Mission" movie, like other movies of its size and scope, was compelled to cease production due to the ongoing SAG-AFTRA strike and won't be finished in time for next summer's release.
If the actors union and studios don't reach a contract agreement in the upcoming weeks, many high-budget tentpole films will meet this destiny.
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As a result of the change, the release date of "A Quiet Place: Day One," the prequel to 2018's post-apocalyptic smash, has been moved from March 8 to June 28.
A "SpongeBob SquarePants" animated adventure with no title has been pushed back from May 23, 2025, to December 19, 2025.
Not everything is held up by delays. The release date of "IF," a fantasy-comedy directed by John Krasinski and starring Ryan Reynolds, Krasinski, Alan Kim, and Phoebe Waller-Bridge, has been pushed forward to May 17, 2024.
With its current location, the family movie has room from a flurry of Memorial Day attractions, including "Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes," "Garfield," and the "Mad Max" prequel "Furiosa."