News of the postponement also came from Paramount.
Paramount Pictures has decided to change the vision dates of its most important films. The horror-genre sequel Quiet Place 2, directed by John Krasinski, and the Tom Cruise-starring sequel Top Gun: Maverick’s vision dates were pushed forward a year.
The Coronavirus outbreak continues to change the vision calendar. First, Warner Bros., then Disney, and finally, Paramount films decided to change their vision history. Among the most anticipated films of the year are A Quiet Place 2 and Top Gun: Maverick’s vision dates taken to 2021. July 2 April 2021; A Quiet Place 2 will take its place in the vision on April 23, 2021, according to new information. In September April 3, 2021 is the vision date for the new Jackass film, while Sonic the Hedgehog 2 is set for April 8, 2022.
Paramount said: “We believe it is not a fun viewing experience like the one in cinemas. We are committed to the idea of a cinema screening and to our screening partners. We want to point out that when the time comes, audiences will enjoy watching Paramount movies in theaters again.”
As well as Paramount films, Tenet from Warner Bros.; Disney’s the French Dispatch, Mulan’s vision dates have changed. It seems likely to change for a long time more due to coronavirus. Films designed specifically for cinema, with the support of companies, are likely to be released in cinemas. They are not intended to be released digitally or transferred to streaming platforms. But we don’t know what the Coronavirus outbreak will bring in the future. In other words, it is likely that calendars will be reshaped in the coming months, or that some films could be transferred to streaming platforms.