“Nile,” “Ferrari,” “Happytime” & More Date Changes

A couple of key release date changes have been announced, starting with 20th Century Fox which has shifted around much of its schedule.

First up, Kenneth Branagh’s second outing as Agatha Christie’s iconic detective Hercule Poirot – an adaptation of “Death on the Nile” – has been pushed back by a month and is now set for a December 20th 2019 release. Next up, James Mangold’s currently in-development Ford v. Ferrari movie has now been set for a June 28th 2019 release.

Then there’s animated family comedy “Spies in Disguise” which has been pushed back five months and will now open September 13th 2019. Finally at Fox, Dave Bautista and Kumail Nanjiani’s action-comedy “Stuber” has been set for a May 24th 2019 release.

Over at STXfilms, the Mark Wahlberg-led thriller “Mile 22” and the Melissa McCarthy and naughty puppets comedy “The Happytime Murders” have both shifted dates with the former now arriving two weeks later on August 17th, the latter is now back a week to August 24th.

Also the Gary Hart biopic “The Front Runner” will open in limited release on November 7th, expanding on November 16th and going wide on November 21st.