‘A Quiet Place Part II’ and ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ move to 2021

If you are one of those who expected this 2020 for the theatrical release of A Quiet Place Part II (A Quiet Place Part II), you can now calm your craving for this film, as Paramount Pictures confirmed that the film will no longer hit theaters This year as planned, but it will do so until 2021, like Top Gun: Maverick, a sequel to the eighties hit starring Tom Cruise.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic that began to spiral out of control this year, A Quiet Place Part II full movie was one of the first films to cancel its world premiere, which was scheduled for March 20. However, with a date so close to the moment when the pandemic became official in various countries, Paramount decided to give priority to the situation, canceling the film’s theatrical release. Some time later, it was said that we could see it in September, but that will not happen either, as it has been confirmed that the project written and directed by John Krasinski, and starring Emily Blunt, will now premiere until April 23, 2021.

Likewise, another of the films that the studio planned to bring to theaters this year was Top Gun: Maverick, which will bring Cruise back in his remembered character, accompanied by Milles Teller as his son. But this film has also been postponed until next year and for now, it has a release date scheduled for July 2, 2021.

Undoubtedly, this year it will not have almost any of its most anticipated releases, as it has also been confirmed that Mulán will no longer hit theaters this 2020. Fortunately, the studios have decided to prioritize well-being and wait for the situation to improve so that everyone can enjoy such projects.