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“Wonder Woman 1984” Pushed Back Seven Months

Warner Bros. has moved Wonder Woman 1984 back seven months from Nov. 1, 2019, to June 5, 2020. The sequel, which is set in 1984, replaces Mark Wahlberg’s Six Billion Dollar Man, which has been taken off the schedule. Jeff Goldstein, Warner Bros.’ president of

‘Masterminds’ Gets New Release Date

Relativity Studios has announced 2016 release dates for a quintet movies that some thought might never see the inside of a theater — at least under the Chapter 11’d company’s banner. Weeks after the Ryan Kavanaugh-led Relativity Media promised a seven-film slate over 18 months

Trailer and Release Date for ‘Nasty Baby’

The first trailer for a(nother) new Kristen Wiig-film has been released! This time we get the first look at Nasty Baby, a drama that follows a gay Brooklyn couple, Freddy and his boyfriend Mo, who decide to have a baby with their best friend, Polly.

‘Masterminds’ release postponed indefinitely

Relativity Media has attempted to maintain an appearance of normalcy following its bankruptcy, claiming that it would stick with an early October release date for heist comedy Masterminds. But reassurances from Ryan Kavanaugh’s company that the film is coming out as planned have been scratched,

Changed release date for new ‘Ghostbusters’

Sony Pictures has unveiled release dates for 16 films for the studio’s 2016 and 2017 slates, with Ghostbusters being one of them. Paul Feig’s reboot has been moved up one week to July 15, 2016 from its previous July 22, 2016-date. Melissa McCarthy and Kristen

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‘Masterminds’ release pushed to October

According to Variety, Relativity Studios, which has been struggling to cover debts, announced Tuesday that it would postpone the release of Masterminds from August 19 to October 9. The rescheduling is an effort “to allow the company to focus on its recapitalization and give this

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New release date for ‘The Martian’

According to Deadline, 20th Century Fox is swapping dates with two of its fall movies. The Martian is moving out of Thanksgiving and up to October 2nd and Victor Frankenstein starring James McAvoy and Daniel Radcliffe is stepping into the Thanksgiving date. The move to