Even though it wasn't scheduled to open until next summer, Lionsgate has already pushed John Wick: Chapter 4 back a year due to Coronavirus-related production delays. Keanu Reeves will have to kick all the asses in 2022 now. The Saw-connected thriller Spiral (starring Chris Rock) will take its place, having already been pushed from opening later this month.
The studio is also swapping two of its comedies. Originally slated for July, Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar – from the creators of Bridesmaids – will have its moment in the sun next summer, where it will take on Space Jam: A New Legacy. Moving up is the The Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard. The sequel to the so-so action comedy with Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson now hits theaters this August.
For the rest of 2020, there's the Hilary Swank thriller Fatale, currently scheduled to open Halloween weekend, and the sci-fi flick Voyagers, starring Tye Sheridan and Lily Rose Depp. The latter will open the day before Thanksgiving, where it will face competition from the already-delayed James Bond adventure No Time to Die and the family comedy Happiest Season.
Everything else won't hit theaters until 2021 (for now), including a big-screen Paw Patrol movie, spy thriller The Asset and sports biopic American Underdog: The Kurt Warner Story, among others. But of course as things change with this unprecedented pandemic, don't be surprised if all these dates change, too.