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Paramount’s ‘Rumble’ Becomes First May Movie to Move to 2022

Paramount introduced Wednesday that it’s shifting the wrestling-themed animated movie “Rumble” from a launch date on May 14 to February 18, 2022.

This makes the studio the primary to maneuver a movie slated for launch in May 2021, although it won’t be the final as studios weigh whether or not or to not abandon hopes that the COVID-19 pandemic will subside sufficient for theaters to reopen nationwide within the second quarter.

Disney has already moved the live-action “101 Dalmatians” spinoff “Cruella” from theatrical launch to Disney+ on Memorial Day weekend, however remains to be dedicated to a May 7 theatrical opening for Marvel Studios’ “Black Widow.” Other movies at the moment set for launch in May embrace Universal’s “F9” and Lionsgate’s “Spiral.”

Co-produced by WWE Studios and directed by Hamish Grieve, “Rumble” stars Will Arnett and Geraldine Viswanathan as an newbie monster wrestler and an aspiring teenage human coach who staff as much as change into champions in a well-liked monster wrestling league dominated by a beast named Tentacular, performed by Terry Crews.

WWE wrestlers Roman Reigns and Becky Lynch additionally star within the movie alongside Ben Schwartz, Tony Danza, Charles Barkley and Stephen A. Smith.

Currently, no different movies are set for launch on February 18, 2022, and “Rumble” is about to observe a pair of untitled releases from Universal and 20th Century Studios.


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