Disney is delaying The King’s Man and pulling Bob’s Burgers off the schedule

Shortly after dating a number of projects under the Searchlight Pictures banner, Disney announced more planned shifts as part of the spy action franchise The King’s Man was pushed for five months while the long awaited Bob’s burger The film was completely withdrawn from the program as of the April release date.

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The news comes after horror pictures antler and The night house, Guillermo del Toro Nightmare Alley and Tammy Faye and Jim Bakker biography Tammy Faye’s eyes All received release dates from Searchlight Pictures begin in July. In addition to the spy blockbuster written / directed by Matthew Vaughn, which has been postponed to August 20, and the filming of the successful animated series in development since 2017 and produced during quarantine, Disney also delayed the release of the 20th century animation Ron went wrong from its April release to October 22nd.

The King’s Man What follows is a rally of the worst tyrants and criminal thought leaders in history, who gather to plan a war to wipe out millions. Now a man has to race against time to stop it. Along the way, viewers can discover the origins of the very first independent intelligence agency in director Matthew Vaughn’s latest post. The King’s Man.

Ralph Fiennes will play in the upcoming prequel alongside Gemma Arterton, Rhys Ifans, Matthew Goode, Tom Hollander, Harris Dickinson, Daniel Brühl with Djimon Hounsou and Charles Dance.

At the end of Kingsman: The golden circle, Eggsy married a Crown Princess of Sweden, Harry was officially back in the group, and Tequila (Channing Tatum) joined the Kingsman. It’s unclear if all three will return for the sequel or if Tequila’s former statesman partners Ginger Ale (Halle Berry) and Champ (Jeff Bridges) will also return.

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Bob’s burger follows the life, love, and misadventures of the Belcher family and their friends and rivals. Bob Belcher runs a hamburger restaurant in a coastal town with his always optimistic wife Linda and their three children, the self-confident Tina, the goofball gene and the precocious Louise.

Since its inception, the show has won numerous awards including two Emmys, a bestselling cookbook, and a soundtrack album. For the past three years the show has toured with him Bob’s burger Live tour, sold out US venues. Fan loyalty was also celebrated with a special fan-drawn season eight premiere on Fox.