Lionsgate has pushed again the theatrical releases of two of its fall films to 2021, the Hilary Swank thriller “Fatale” directed by Deon Taylor, and Neil Burger’s sci-fi “Voyagers” starring Colin Farrell, a person with data instructed TheWrap.
“Fatale” was meant to open Oct. 30 however is now anticipated to open within the first quarter of 2021. “Voyagers” was slated for Nov. 25 however has been pushed again to a date to be introduced in 2021.
The fall movie slate of theatrical releases has thinned out because the pandemic continues, with “No Time To Die” being the primary to maneuver out of its November launch into 2021, solely to be adopted by Pixar’s “Soul” shifting to Disney+ on Christmas Day.
What’s extra, Cineworld introduced it will be quickly closing theaters — over 600 areas — in each the U.S. and the U.Ok. in response to the dearth of Hollywood product and COVID-19 restrictions.
“Voyagers” is written and directed by Burger and stars Farrell alongside Tye Sheridan and Isaac Hemptstead-Wright. The movie is a few crew of astronauts on a mission that spans generations wherein they slowly descend into paranoia and being to query their actuality.
“Fatale” co-stars Mike Colter and Michael Ealy and is a steamy thriller a few married man who’s tricked right into a homicide scheme by a feminine detective.
Lionsgate earlier this summer time launched the horror film “Antebellum” through premium video on demand however has pushed again the releases of different movies on its slate, together with the Chris Rock “Saw” spinoff movie “Spiral.”
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