The release of What did we all do to the good Lord? is postponed by two months

We will have to wait a little longer to discover the rest of the Verneuil saga.

Initially scheduled for February 2, the release of What have we all done to the good Lord? is now set by its distributor UGC on April 6. A delay of two months which is no doubt explained by the health situation, and the difficulties experienced by the cinema in theaters: the immense success of Spider-Man: No Way Home does not hide the fact that other films struggle to attract crowds (even The Tuche 4 suffered relatively from the situation). UGC thus tries to preserve its first blockbuster of the year – let us recall that the first two Good God gathered more than 19 million spectators.

Recently, Rumba life by and with Franck Dubosc and Building permit with Didier Bourdon were postponed by eight months and three months respectively because of the same situation. American blockbusters are still relatively untouched, even if Morbius with Jared Leto ate three months in the teeth, from January 26 to March 30.

See you on April 6 to see the big family reunion, apparently without masks or barrier gestures, of the large Verneuil family, with Christian Clavier and Chantal Lauby, and their sons-in-law Ary Abittan, Medi Sadoun, Frédéric Chau, Noom Diawara .. . and all the family.

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