Minions Delayed To 2021!!!
As well as Minions: The Rise of Gru will not hit theatres until the year 2021. Sources confirmed that on Wednesday evening, Universal announced that due to a coronavirus outbreak, the animated feature Minions has been to stop production, will begin on July 2, 2021, almost a year after it was initially released.
As well we knew that Minions fifth movie and its strange yellow minutes were being completed in the country of Paris when French authorities began closing shops, restaurants and entertainment facilities, asking its 67 million citizens to stay home last month. The Rise Of Gru doesn’t take long after the end of 2015’s “Minions” and tells the story of Gru, 12, as he tries to make a name for himself as a villain. Gru ends up stealing a valuable item from them and becomes the enemy of a group of elite watchers known as The Vicious 6.
There are serval films which delayed due to COVID-19!!
Moving “The Rise of Gru” to July 2, 2021, means Universal has to move “Sing 2”, which was released the same day, to December 22, 2021. The “rogue” was previously set for a December date. And now it’s in trouble and will shrink later, the company said.
Universal’s announcement came days after Sony stated that most of its 2020 features were delayed by 2021. “Morbius,” “Ghostbusters: Afterlife,” and “Uncharted” have next release dates. year, theatres have been closed in many countries and are expected to be closed for at least the next two months, if not left later in the summer. Universal released “F9” to their latest movie Fast and Furious 2021 in March.
These decisions underscore that studios are still committed to theatrical release, and even consumers are demanding that these films reach platforms on demand during the COVID-19 epidemic. Last year, the North American film industry generated $ 15 billion in revenue, of which $ 11 billion came directly from ticket sales.
What statement of AMC CEO related to it?
According to AMC CEO Adam statement they have been reading for years about the assumption that there will be a change in the direction of home entertainment. He thinks if we have learned something in the last two weeks, then people just want to get out of their homes. he thinks we are feeling everything and we want to get out and life is back to normal.
So far, only two films have decided to go straight to order rather than go to theatres: Universal’s “Trolls World Tour” and Paramount Pictures’ “Lovebirds”. Originally, “Trolls World Tour” was scheduled to be released in theatres simultaneously and at home before all theatres were released to the United States, respectively.