Movie and TV News Roundup: Movies Pushed to 2022, Game of Thrones Prequel
- Category: Breaking News
- Published: Saturday, 23 January 2021 17:06
The Hollywood movie shuffle continues with movies like NO TIME TO DIE being pushed off to 2022 and others moving to the fall. New trailers dropped along with tons of news of upcoming films and series. CineMovie rounded up all the exciting news for the past week in our quickie roundup.
First trailer for GODZILLA VS KONG arrives Sunday, January 24.
Rosamund Pike goes GONE GIRL again in upcoming Netflix movie, I CARE A LOT.
NEW RELEASE DATES
Movie studios continued to shuffle their release schedule because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here's a short list.
THE KING'S MAN moves to August 20, 2021.
NO TIME TO DIE pushed back to January 2022.
MORBIUS moves to October 8, 2021
GHOSTBUSTERS: AFTERLIFE Pushed To Nov. 11, 2021
Tom Holland's UNCHARTED To Feb. 11, 2022
The best film of 2020, PROMISING YOUNG WOMAN arrives on VOD.
Jodie Foster And Anthony Hopkins reunited for SILENCE OF THE LAMBS' 30th anniversary in a video chat for Variety's Actors On Actors Series
Fortnite publisher and developer Epic Games is getting into the movie business with their first animated film based on mythological hero, GILGAMESH.
HBO Orders Game Of Throne Prequel Based On George R. Martin "Three Tales Of Dunk And Egg" which takes place 90 years before Game of Thrones. The book centers on the adventures of Ser Duncan The Tall And His Squire The Future King Aegon V Targaryen
A new The Walking Dead trailer teases an extended 10 Season episodes.
Netflix ordered a second season for Shondaland's Bridgerton
America's Most Wanted returns to FOX with former 20/20 reporter Elizabeth Vargas as the host.
Michelle Pfeiffer has been cast to play Betty Ford in Showtime's The First Lady anthology series
Alan Tudyk confirms he will not be reprising his role as K2SO in the Rogue One Disney+ Prequel Series
Riz Ahmed's production company, Left Hand Films signed a first look deal with Amazon Studios.