A couple of release date changes today starting with Fathom Events has partnered with Warner Bros. Pictures to bring Peter Jackson’s World War I documentary “They Shall Not Grow Old” to U.S. cinemas on December 17th and 27th with tickets going on sale this Friday.
The Dwayne Johnson-led action thriller “Red Notice” has been pushed back five months from June 12th 2020 to November 13th 2020. The project marks a re-teaming of much of the “Skyscraper” team and has Johnson as an Interpol agent tasked with capturing the most-wanted art thief in the world.
Bleecker Street and LD Entertainment are teaming up for U.S. distribution rights to Max Minghella’s directorial debut film “Teen Spirit”. Elle Fanning plays a shy teen from a small European town who dreams of pop stardom, and the film is aiming for a 2019 release.
The Renee Zellweger-led Judy Garland biopic “Judy” has been set for a September 27th 2019 release, the first date it has been given on the schedule.
The Miranda Otto-led horror thriller “The Silence,” which was to open December 7th, has been pulled from the schedule.
Finally, Netflix has announced a slate of all-new Indian programming including eight new feature films which will go direct to the streamer in that market. The most high profile is the Armie Hammer and Dev Patel-led film “Hotel Mumbai” which premiered at Toronto. Other films include “Chopsticks,” “Bulbul,” “Upstarts,” “Cobalt Blue,” “15th August,” “Music Teacher” and “Firebrand”.
Source: Box-Office Mojo