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Top Gun Maverick | November 19, 2021

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14 hours ago, Ryan Reynolds said:

Tom , Jennifer & Miles on Graham Norton Show tomorrow 

It won't be shown because of Prince Phillip's death.

 

BBC One and BBC Two have now suspended all non-news programming for the rest of the day.

 

 

Edit. it was Postponed to Monday

 

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Apparently the movie will move off the July slot. A guy who has inside info said it's still staying in 2021.

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3 minutes ago, Maggie said:

Apparently it will move off the July slot. A guy who has inside info said it's still staying in 2021. I wonder if it moves to Par+

zero chance it goes to Par+ , if anything it will be a hybrid release

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2 minutes ago, Ryan Reynolds said:

zero chance, it goes to Par+ , if anything it will be a hybrid release

I removed that part. Let's wait. the news is about to drop apparently. i wonder what the new date is. december? or the MI7 spot

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We can tell you first that Top Gun: Maverick‘s is leaving its July 2 weekend for Nov. 19, taking over the release date where Paramount/Skydance’s other Tom Cruise sequel Mission: Impossible 7 resides. Meanwhile, Mission: Impossible 7 will now open on May 27, 2022, Memorial Day weekend

 

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So Eternals, Ghostbusters, and this over the course of three weeks. Maybe Sony will send Ghostbusters to 2022 since Halloween is packed and that way the pay TV rights for it will be with Netflix.

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Just now, Ryan Reynolds said:

bad news for Paramount+ , MI7 vs John Wick 4 now

The MI 7 move is crazy. John Wick will make the date. It already started filming. I assume Mi7 will move

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1 minute ago, filmlover said:

So Eternals, Ghostbusters, and this over the course of three weeks. Maybe Sony will send Ghostbusters to 2022 since Halloween is packed and that way the pay TV rights for it will be with Netflix.

McKenna and Finn are gonna be ancient once 2022 rolls around lol

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From the latest arrangement, I can tell Paramount is still isn't very confident with the box office market. 

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Odd move given last weekend's results. Unless something changes big-time with the pandemic, in all likelihood things are only going to get throughout the summer.

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1 minute ago, tonytr87 said:

Odd move given last weekend's results. Unless something changes big-time with the pandemic, in all likelihood things are only going to get throughout the summer.

The situation in Europe and Latin America is a disaster and this movie needs OS to recoup its huge budget

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2 minutes ago, tonytr87 said:

Odd move given last weekend's results. Unless something changes big-time with the pandemic, in all likelihood things are only going to get throughout the summer.

I honestly think the main reason was because of IMAX exclusivity. The film used IMAX cameras, so Par probably wanted to have at least two weeks of play time. And since Black Widow was coming out a week later, that would have made things tricky.

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Yeah, July 2 was right between Fast 9 and Black Widow. No way were they staying there, even for the possible 4th of July boost.

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2 hours ago, Maggie said:

The situation in Europe and Latin America is a disaster and this movie needs OS to recoup its huge budget

 

The situation in Europe is not a disaster and nowhere close to the situation in Latin America. The EU is expected to reach herd immunity by July 14, France vaccinated almost 1 million people in 2 days so things greatly accelerated and it's gonna accelerate even further.

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On 4/9/2021 at 11:17 PM, Fullbuster said:

The situation in Europe is not a disaster and nowhere close to the situation in Latin America. The EU is expected to reach herd immunity by July 14, France vaccinated almost 1 million people in 2 days so things greatly accelerated and it's gonna accelerate even further.

No way, the EU is achieving herd immunity by July. I can only talk about Germany, but we're way behind with vaccinations. We haven't even vaccinated every person of the highest priority category (age >80). Our chancellor announced recently that adults of the lowest priority group can get a vaccination by September and I'm not even sure, if that's realistic.

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Should have went ahead and delayed it to next summer. Late fall is when infections numbers surge

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51 minutes ago, Maggie said:

Should have went ahead and delayed it to next summer. Late fall is when infections numbers surge

why hold further , no theaters will exist then ? those at risk of death will be vaccinated by fall, people will be on their own then , things will be 100% open

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