“Money,” “Trolls,” “Dark” Set New Dates

A couple of key release date changes have been announced starting with Sony Pictures pushing back Ridley Scott’s “All the Money in the World” by three days – from December 22nd to a Christmas Day bow. The move has been done to create space between it and the Hugh Jackman-led musical “The Greatest Showman” opening December 20th.

Next up, “IT” scribe Gary Dauberman’s film adaptation of the 1990s Nickelodeon show “Are You Afraid of the Dark” for Paramount Pictures has locked down an October 11th 2019 release. The Canadian series followed a group of teens called the Midnight Society trading tales around a campfire – a different story for each episode.

Finally, DreamWorks Animation and Universal Pictures have announced that the “Trolls” sequel starring Anna Kendrick and Justin Timberlake is being moved from a February 14th 2020 release to a Friday, April 17th 2020 opening.