20th Century Fox has shaken up its release schedule once again following a shift of its various Marvel titles last week. The shift comes ahead of the studio’s pending acquisition by Disney which is looking to be finalised after the New Year.
James Gray’s sci-fi feature “Ad Astra” has been pushed back four months and will now open May 24th 2019. Despite being under three months away, no media materials from the film have been released (beyond the above pic) making such a delay easy.
Brad Pitt plays an autistic space engineer travelling through the solar system to find his missing father and understand why his mission failed. Tommy Lee Jones, Ruth Negga and Donald Sutherland co-star.
Next, Kenneth Branagh’s second Poirot film “Death on the Nile” has finally set an official release with the Agatha Christie adaptation now slated to open October 2nd 2020 – ten months after the rumored December 2019 date. Gal Gadot, Armie Hammer, Jodie Comer and Tom Bateman are tipped to star.
Finally, Fox has also delayed the Dave Bautista-led action thriller “Stuber” which is now scheduled for July 12th 2019.
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