Tom Cruise’s most anticipated, Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part 2, has now been delayed due to Hollywood Actors Strike. The film will now premiere in 2025. The production house, Paramount, came to the decision following Disney’s delay of Marvel Studios’ Deadpool 3.
The first installment of Dead Reckoning was a massive blockbuster, grossing around $ 567.5 million worldwide.
Several Hollywood Biggies Delayed Due To On Going Strikes In Hollywood
Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning, Part 2 featuring Tom Cruise, was originally slated to release on June 28, 2024, but with the ongoing SAG- AFTRA strike, the film’s production seems unlikely. The makers have now pushed the date to May 23, 2025, which also marks Memorial Day.
The delay came as a result of the production shutdown caused by the ongoing Hollywood strikes. As reported by Deadline, the movie will get a three-week run in Imax and will be filmed with Imax Digital cameras for the same format.
The horror film A Quiet Place: Day One, which is a spinoff of A Quiet Place, directed by Michael Sarnoski and featuring Lupita Nyong’o and Denis Hare, has rescheduled its release date. Originally set for a March 8, 2024 release, the film will now hit the screens on June 28, 2024.
This move means that A Quiet Place: Day One will no longer be in competition with Kung Fu Panda 4 (and also Dune Part: Two on March 15).
The release of the film IF, directed by John Krasinski and starring Ryan Reynolds, has also rescheduled. Instead of the original date of May 24 next year, it will now hit theatres a week earlier, on May 17.
Furthermore, the untitled SpongeBob SquarePants film, initially slated for release on May 23, 2025, has been rescheduled to December 19, 2025. On its new release date, SpongeBob will face competition from Avatar 3 and an unnamed Warner Bros. film.
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