As other studios move the release dates of their upcoming films, Marvel Studios has been holding steady with Black Widow‘s upcoming release date… until now. Walt Disney Studios announced the following changes today:
Death on the Nile – Originally scheduled for October 23, 2020, now scheduled for December 18, 2020.
Black Widow – Originally scheduled for November 6, 2020, now scheduled for May 7. 2021.
Deep Water – Originally scheduled for November 13, 2020, now scheduled for August 13, 2021.
West Side Story – Originally scheduled for December 18, 2020, now scheduled for December 10, 2021.
Eternals – Originally scheduled for February 12, 2021, now scheduled for November 5, 2021.
Shang Chi and The Legend of the Ten Rings – Originally scheduled for May 7, 2021, now scheduled for July 9, 2021.
In addition to those moves, two films have actually been moved up:
The Empty Man – Originally scheduled for December 4, 2020, now scheduled for October 23, 2020.
The King’s Man – Originally scheduled for February 26, 2021, now scheduled for February 12, 2021.
Corruption and devilish behavior runs rampant in a film that is as engrossing as It is disturbing, buoyed by the stellar cast that brings to life Donald Ray Pollock’s novel without turning it into a bloated spectacle.
Tom Holland stars as a young man hell-bent on protecting his loved ones from the vicious behaviors of so many around him, behaviors that he has been witness to since he was a boy. Fighting and shooting is a regular occurrence throughout The Devil All The Time with a cast of characters that ranges from the endearing Eliza Scanlon and, to an extent, Bill Skarsgård to the devilish Riley Keough, Jason Clarke, Sebastian Stan, and Robert Pattinson. Most impressive is the director Antonio Campos’ ability to balance the stars of the film without leaning too much one way.
The Devil All The Time isn’t the most spectacular of films, nor is it one that has a lot to say. Instead, it is a steady, hearty tale that is carried by Holland’s surprisingly convincing portrayal, a different role from those seen from him before. A feel-good film this is not, rather this film is a well-managed faithful adaptation of its source material that won’t blow you out of the water, but will keep you invested from start to finish.
16 years after Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ hit screens with Jim Caviezel starring, the actor has now confirmed that a rumored follow-up is on the way. Caviezel says that Gibson recently completed his third draft of the film, to be titled The Passion of the Christ: Resurrection.
Focus Features and Magnolia Pictures will rerelease On The Basis of Sex and RBG this coming Friday in theaters to pay tribute to the legacy of the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who passed away last week.
Proceeds of the films’ re-release will be donated to to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Women’s Rights Project, which was co-founded by Ginsburg back in 1972.