Dune and the Soprano prequel are pushed back, Cry Macho advanced

Clint Eastwood’s new film will finally be released sooner than them!

Warner Bros. Shakes Up Fall Release Schedule By Pushing Back Dune three weeks and The Many Saints of Newark of a week, while Cry Macho is brought forward by more than a month.

In detail, Denis Villeneuve’s SF film worn by Timothée Chalamet, which was scheduled for October 1 in the United States, will finally be released on the 22nd, and will be in direct competition with Jackass 4, Last Night in Soho, the horror film by Edgar Wright or the animated comedy Ron unlocks. The prequel to Soprano, directed by Alan Taylor and worn by Michael Gandolfini, the son of the late actor of the series James Gandolfin, was due out on September 24 in the United States, but will finally be unveiled to the public on October 1, facing two films by animation : The Addams Family 2 and Hotel Transylvania: Transformania. Conversely, the new production of Clint Eastwood, in which he also plays the leading role, initially set for October 22, will finally be ready for September 17. Opposite there will be the children’s film Clifford the Big Red Dog, produced by Paramount and the biopic The Eyes of Tammy Faye, from Searchlight Pictures, with Jessica Chastain and Andrew Garfield. The French release dates for these three films should logically be changed soon.

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