Release dates for Paramount Shuffles for Jackass, Snake Eyes & more!
As cinemas around the world slowly open up and studios rethink their program, Paramount Pictures has announced a major line-up for upcoming films, including a catch-up for the GI Joe Spin-off prequel Snake-eyesDelays for the new ass, Top gun and Impossible mission Sequels and first dates for a number of other films!
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Summer plans made. #SnakeEyes is now in theaters July 23, 2021 – Experience it only on the big screen. @ GIJoeMovie pic.twitter.com/5r9hn3JR6Z
– GI JOE (@GIJoeOfficial) April 9, 2021
Originally slated for release on October 22nd, starring Henry Golding Snake-eyes The Origin story film runs until July 23 and is right between Warner Bros. Space Jam: A New Legacy the week before and Disney’s Jungle cruise the following week, as well as against Universal Old and Sony’s Hotel Transylvania: Transformania. Meanwhile, in addition to the postponement of Tom Cruise Top Gun: OutsiderParamount is also delaying its only other film from 2021, ass, from its publication on September 3 to October 22 in place of Snake-eyes.
Another major delay out of the studio can be found in John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein’s ensemble adaptation of Dungeons, which has been postponed from its May 27, 2022 release to March 3, 2023, with the much anticipated Mission: Impossible 7 take his place.
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Aside from the sad news of delays, Paramount brought some exciting calendar additions for the next several years, including the untitled biopic “Bee Gees” directed by Kenneth Branagh, which replaced the November 4, 2022 release date that was recently delayed Mission: Impossible 8. In addition, this is new Star Trek Film off discovery Writer Kalinda Vazquez was hired for publication on June 9, 2023, the film adaptation of The shrinking of the tree horn is scheduled for release on November 10, 2023 and the fantasy comedy film titled “Set”, directed by Ryan Reynolds and John Krasinski Imaginary friends although now untitled, for a release on November 17, 2023.