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Pete Davidson's new semi-autobiographical film is skipping its planned theatrical release and heading straight to video-on-demand services.
Films that were unable to show in cinemas due to the coronavirus pandemic will be eligible for the 2021 Academy Awards.
Spike Lee has spoken out against the decision to reopen cinemas in Georgia despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The upcoming instalments in the Spider-Man and Doctor Strange franchises have both been pushed back by four months due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Joseph Kosinski is determined to have Top Gun: Maverick completed by early summer.
Cary Joji Fukunaga has ruled out making any further tweaks to No Time to Die due to budget constraints.
Dave Bautista's comedy caper My Spy will now debut on Amazon Prime in America as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Tom Cruise has announced that the release of his blockbuster Top Gun: Maverick has been delayed by six months due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Onward director Dan Scanlon is thrilled that his film is giving families "a little moment of joy" amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Vin Diesel's new movie Bloodshot will be made available for digital purchase next week after the coronavirus cut short its theatrical run.
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