Venom: Let the massacre (again) be postponed. On Thursday, Sony Pictures announced that it would postpone the release date of the comic film sequel led by Tom Hardy by three weeks or one month, depending on your opinion. “Venom: The Holocaust” is now scheduled to be released globally on October 15th-it was previously scheduled to be released in the UK on September 15th, in the US on September 24th, and in India sometime in September. This delay may be due to an increase in COVID-19 cases led by the Delta variant in the United States, which has reduced consumers' confidence in going to the cinema.
since last week, there have been rumors that Sony Pictures may postpone “Venom: The Massacre”, but due to the Delta variant of COVID-19. This is official.Like many big-budget Hollywood movies, this is not the first time Sony Pictures has had to promote venom Sequel movie. Venom: The massacre was originally scheduled for October 2020, then moved to June 2021, then arrived on September 17, and then postponed by a week to September 24. Venom: The new October 15 release date of the Holocaust is postponed for the fourth time, and I wouldn't be surprised if there are more.
Surprisingly, other studios did not follow in the footsteps of Sony Pictures. Disney still insists that its next Marvel movie “Shangqi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” will be released on September 3, and it will only be shown in cinemas. This is not considering delays.Also different from Sony Pictures, Disney has its own streaming service in Disney+. It has sent dates and dates to the service in the past, including previous Marvel movies. black widow. Although it may face legal disputes Black widow Star Scarlett Johansson is also a factor.Disney CEO Bob Chapek says they can't convert Get angry Transferred to Disney+ due to “distribution agreement”.
No other major Hollywood movies will be released in September, companies like Amazon Cinderella Cry Macho with Clint Eastwood is either only on streaming media (Prime Video), or on movie theaters and streaming media (HBO Max). Technically speaking, Daniel Craig's last Bond film “No Time to Die” (No Time to Die) will be released in the UK on September 30. In the United States a week later.
October is now more crowded. No Time to Die is currently scheduled to be released in the United States on October 8. “Venom: The Holocaust” will follow “No Time to Die” on October 15. Denis Villeneuve will adapt the star-studded Dune into Dune on October 22. In addition, we have Ridley Scott's Matt Damon, Adam Driver and Ben Affleck's final duel ( October 15th), Wes Anderson's “French Express” (October 22) and Edgar wright's Soho last night (October 29).
“Venom: The Holocaust” will be released in theaters around the world on October 15. In India, it will be available in English, Hindi, Tamil and Telugu.