The fans of Hollywood films have to wait a little longer to see the sequels of their favorite film, “Top Gun” & “A Quiet Place”.
As soon as Disney rescheduled its upcoming films. That includes likely blockbuster sequels like ‘Mulan’ & ‘Avatar’. The giant distribution company, named ‘Paramount Pictures’ followed the same pattern. Later, it also delayed its potential hits. including ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ and ‘A Quiet Place Part II’. On July 23, 2020, the studio officially declared the moving of release. Of these films from the initial scheduled year, 2020 to the next year, 2020.
The ongoing global pandemic COVID-19 has affected the whole world. Especially the film industry in the present. The filming world is presently at a halt to avoid & stop the spread of the virus. Besides, many films are rescheduled to release in the future.
Paramount Pictures new release schedule-
Both of these films, that is “Top Gun” & “A Quiet Place” were scheduled by ‘Paramount Pictures’. To release in the year 2020. However, the distribution company officially announced the film release to be delayed.
To begin with, a sequel to “A Quiet Place” is rescheduled to release on April 23, 2021. Rather than releasing on September 6, 2020. This upcoming film will star Emily Blunt & John Krasinski in it.
Whereas sequel to Tom Cruise’s 1986 classic, that is. Named “Top Gun: Maverick” (part: 2) which was earlier scheduled to December 23, 2020. Is now delayed by six months. And is rescheduled to July 2, 2021.
When were these films rescheduled
On July 23, 2020, Paramount Pictures officially announced the delay of these films. The president of the distribution company announced the delay. Paramount’s president Chris Aronson said-
“We positively consider that there is no film-watching adventure. The way we watch and enjoy on the big screen in theatres.”
Mark Viane, Chris Aronson’s colleague and the president of international theatrical division added-
“We the people are devoted to having a theatrical & dramatic experience. We request the audience to wait until the situation is under control. Besides, we assure everyone that as soon as the situation is under control. The audience will have and see the Paramount films in the theater on the big screen.”
Other details about the film delay
As soon as the Coronavirus outbreak began. Paramount’s A Quiet Place Part: 2 was one of the first films. That was pulled up from the premiere. Initially. the film was scheduled. to have a theatrical release on March 20, 2020. However, due to the increase in cases. Later was set to release on September 4, 2020. The production and distribution company hoped. And considered the theatres to resume all across North America. Yet, the cinemas will only reopen once the situation is under control.
Earlier this month on Thursday (July 23, 2020), the film is rescheduled to be premiered in the year 2021.
Besides, the next film, that is Top Gun: Maverick is also rescheduled to release in 2021.
Synopsis of the films
The first part of ‘A Quiet Place’ was a super hit. Part: 1 of A Quiet Place was released globally in the year 2018. And did business over $340 million (USD). The director John Krasinski returned to renew the show. While the cast including Noah Jupe, Emily Blunt, and Millicent Simmonds returned to their respective roles. The upcoming sequel is expected to quietly evade the evil and dangerous monsters in the dystopian world.
The “Tom Cruise’s Top Gun: Maverick (part: 2)” is presently partly due. Now the star is expected to complete the sequels of “Mission Impossible”. In the meantime, he will promote the sequel of ‘Top Gun’. Besides, the upcoming film ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ will have a huge budget. And our revealed the film will cost over $150 million (USD).