Top Gun: Maverick, the new blockbuster of Tom Cruise has just announced to push the debut from December 23, 2020 to July 2, 2021.
So there is another year for loyal fans of Tom Cruise to wait for this movie to hit the theater. But still better than the next sequels of Mission: Impossible which can’t continue filming, leaving the premiere date be a mystery.
The complicated evolution of the Covid-19 epidemic has affected all major Hollywood film projects. For the first time in history, the Summer movie season (lasts from May to the end of August), which brings billions of dollars for the movie industry, has been completely canceled due to the closure of global cinemas and numerous blockbusters are unable to hit the theater.
Besides Tom Cruise’s Top Gun: Maverick, the latest blockbuster A Quiet Place: Part II starring Emily Blunt, which has just announced to push its premiere to April 23 next year.
The spreading of COVID-19 pandemic has been continuing to brought up inconvenient issues and not at the safest state at the present, which led to the ultimate postpone of many big movie projects.
A series of most waited for movies scheduled to hit theaters this year, such as Mulan, Star Wars, Black Widow, Wonder Woman 1984, Indiana Jones 5 … also suffer the same fate and promise to meet the audience again next year.