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Entertainment Warner Bros. postpones The Batman starring Robert Pattinson until 2022

10:15  06 october  2020
10:15  06 october  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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On Monday night, Warner Bros . announced that its highly anticipated film The Batman starring Robert Pattinson won't now make an appearance until Pushed back: Production on the comic book franchise reboot directed by Matt Reeves and co- starring Colin Farrell, Jeffrey Wright and Paul Dano

Warner Bros . is delaying a slew of its upcoming films, including The Batman , which EW has confirmed is now set for a March 4, 2022 premiere. Matt Reeves' take on the Caped Crusader's story resumed production in September after star Robert Pattinson contracted the coronavirus.

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Hollywood studios are shaking up their release schedules again as the COVID-19 pandemic continues and movie theaters close.

On Monday night, Warner Bros. announced that its highly anticipated film The Batman starring Robert Pattinson won't now make an appearance until 2022.

The Batman had been scheduled to premiere on October 1, 2021, but has now been put back until March 2, 2022.

a man sitting in a dark room: Delayed: Warner Bros. announced Monday that it is pushing back The Batman starring Robert Pattinson from October 1, 2021 to March 2, 2022 © Provided by Daily Mail Delayed: Warner Bros. announced Monday that it is pushing back The Batman starring Robert Pattinson from October 1, 2021 to March 2, 2022

Production on the comic book franchise reboot directed by Matt Reeves was halted in March due to the coronavirus and then, having resumed, was shut down again in early September after Pattinson reportedly tested positive for the virus.

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“ The Batman ,” starring Robert Pattinson and directed by Matt Reeves, was originally expected to debut June 25, 2021, and will now launch in theaters on Oct. 4, 2022 , instead of April 1. Other titles that were impacted by the broad changes to Warner Bros .’ theatrical release calendar include Baz

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Warner Bros' cited the production delays as the reason for the changes, Variety reported.

Warner Bros. has also delayed the releases of several other movies including The Flash and Shazam 2.

The studio is now moving the Denis Villeneuve remake of sci-fi classic Dune starring Timothee Chalamet and Zendaya to October 1, 2021, to fill the slot left vacant by The Batman.


Gallery: Sequels that outperformed the original at the box office (Stacker)

Karen Gillan, Dwayne Johnson standing on top of a grass covered field: In contemporary Hollywood, the franchise is king. It’s no surprise then that almost every blockbuster of the past four decades has spawned at least one sequel. But the concept of sequels isn’t solely a modern one. In fact, one of the earliest examples dates back to 1916 with “The Fall of a Nation,” the sequel to D.W. Griffith’s controversial “The Birth of a Nation.”  With studios like Disney cashing in by the millions on various franchises, one can safely assume sequels won’t be going away anytime soon. The good news is that the practice has become far more than a mere formulaic retread, as many modern-day sequels expand upon their established foundations to explore new thematic and stylistic terrain. Nevertheless, few would argue that the lion's share of sequels can't hold a candle to the original. That hasn't stopped them from trying—and, occasionally, outpacing their predecessors.  To find out which sequels outperform the original films at the box office, Stacker went straight to Box Office Mojo. Sequels were ranked by their relative increase in domestic gross, as represented by a percentage. In the case of a tie, the sequel that made more money overall ranked higher on the list (i.e. closer to the #1 spot). Stacker did not consider any later installments beyond the first sequel, and only domestic U.S. box office numbers were tallied. For superhero films, an “original” was the first film in which the hero was played by a new person (e.g. “Batman Begins” is the first film in the series as it marks Christian Bale’s debut as Batman). Please also note that box office gross numbers have been adjusted for inflation. Here are the top 50 sequels that outperformed the originals at the box office.  You may also like:  Biggest box office bombs of all time

It is also moving up the release of Matrix 4, starring Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss, from April 2022 to December 22, 2021.

Meanwhile, Sony Pictures announced Monday that the Milla Jovovich fantasy thriller Monster Hunter is being moved forward four months from April 23, 2021, to this December 30.

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Related: How Robert Pattinson 's Batman Voice Compares To Previous Versions. The coronavirus incubation period can last up to two weeks, meaning Warner Bros . will be keeping a Like all the other productions resuming, The Batman had health and safety protocols in place and reportedly is

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The film is written and directed by Jovovich's husband Paul W. S. Anderson and is loosely based on the Capcom video game series of the same name.

Not helping studio release schedules is the decision announced Monday that Regal Cinemas in North America and Cineworld in the UK are shuttering theatres due to the pandemic.

Cineworld chiefs blamed the decision to shut down venues on the postponement of big budget films, specifically the James Bond movie No Time To Die which had been expected to bow in November and is now slated for an April opening.

It follows the lacklustre performance at the US box office by Christopher Nolan's tentpole Tenet which struggled as many screens, especially in New York and Los Angeles remain closed.

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