Amid complications from the delta variant of COVID-19 and some general financial situations, Paramount is delaying the release of two long-awaited releases. This is the information obtained.
The world has not finished completely healing the reality enveloped by the COVID-19. In addition, vaccination is progressing little by little in the countries of the globe, but the delta variant, as well as other mutations, have caused the virus to still cause havoc. Entertainment, like all industries, continues to be hit hard. One of the main producers of Hollywood, Paramount, has had to move its premiere dates many times due to this situation.
A few months ago it was mentioned that the study had decided to take some measures regarding its calendar. Productions like Dungeons and dragons or GI Joe: Snake Eyes they were advanced, scheduling their departure earlier than expected.
However, these were used as an experimental measure to know what would be done with the others, which unfortunately did not have the same luck. On the contrary, other titles were delayed considering the moment that is going through. The two most striking are Mission Impossible 7 and, surprisingly, Top Gun: Maverick.
The latter left more than one thoughtful, as it was supposed to take place in November of this year. However, reports suggest that it will be published in the Memorial Day / Memorial day of 2022.
For its part, the seventh installment of the production company’s most recognized spy saga will be taking place on September 30 of next year, vacating its place in the summer, as expected to be shared with the public.
Thus, the previous news leaves the chain without any launch for this year, a fact that will undoubtedly enter the history of the company. All this, without a doubt, contrary to the executive plans, which bet on strengthening the catalog of Paramount +, which doesn’t seem to have much to offer in the face of competition from streaming platforms.