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Peter Rabbit 2: Global Release Delayed Five Months

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Peter Rabbit 2 Update: Sony has confirmed to the world that the domestic release out of Peter Rabbit 2 will come out soon. The blockbuster has been delayed to August 7 to coincide with the new international release date, which was removed from its first March location to avoid coronavirus-induced disruption.

The Sonys have decided to move their family series Peter Rabbit 2: Refugees return in the summer with the intention of disrupting the disruption of the growing coronavirus epidemic, Deadline can confirm.

The move follows MGM, Eon, and Universal postponing the release of the James Bond pic No Time To Die from its first launch on April 2 to November 25, which we announced last week.

Peter Rabbit 2 Update:

Peter Rabbit 2 The Runaway
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The much-anticipated movie Peter Rabbit 2 was expected to embark its release on March 19 in Australia, March 26 in Germany, Portugal, and Ukraine, and March 27 in the UK and Ireland and Sweden, followed by extensive international releases at the beginning of April and the home bow on April 3. Those Days to See plays during a profitable Easter holiday season in early May.

Observers have received notice today that global film releases will move in the summer of 2020, and Sony has already confirmed that international releases have been extended by August 7. about the same day.

This is a late call for Sony to press the film, but it makes sense that the previous image of Peter Rabbit took $ 235M and $ 351M globally removed from international locations, bringing strong returns to France, Germany, and Japan.

While U.S. box offices Also in the UK, films are two important areas, facing a coronavirus storm so far, Asian and European markets are heavily affected as authorities try to curb the spread of the virus.

Italy, for example, recorded the lowest boxing weekend in history at last, and this week the country has closed all its cinemas until at least April 3. Other nations have been similarly affected and appear to be following suit to reduce suit in the next few weeks. Today, Austria and the Czech Republic have both blocked a public house meeting of more than 100 people.

Exhibitors in areas where cinemas remain open will be caught up in the news, with two major topics now out of the calendar next month. They will be hoping that the Dreamworks Animation’s Trolls World Tour, which is set for April 10 to fill the Slot slot, as well as Disney’s Black Widow, will provide a moisturizer as we head to Easter if that release sticks.

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