The release of the new science fiction movie "Dawn" has been postponed to 2021 due to the Corona crisis

 The release date for the new American science fiction film "Dawn" (Dune) has been postponed until October 2021, while the film industry and movie theaters struggle to face the long-term consequences of the Corona epidemic .

The film was scheduled to be released in mid-December, but the film’s page on Twitter, on Monday (US local time), changed the date of its release mentioned in the biographical details of the film.

The film, directed by the French director Vince Villeneuve and produced by Warner Brothers, stars the young American actor Timothy Chalamay (24 years), the star Oscar Isaac (41 years) and the famous American actor Josh Brolin (52 years).

On the other hand, American media reported that "Warner Brothers" will continue to adhere to the release of "Wonder Woman 1984" (Wonder Woman 1984), shortly before Christmas (Christmas).

The new news comes after the announcement last Friday that the latest releases of the famous British spy film series, "James Bond", called "No Time to Die" (No Time to Die), and starring Daniel Craig, will be postponed until next April. After it was scheduled to be launched in April of 2020, due to the outbreak of the Corona epidemic.

Yesterday, Monday, a news report stated that the "Cine World Group" company, which owns the largest cinemas, intends to suspend its activities in all of its theaters in the United States and the United Kingdom, after the decisions received on postponing the release of the strongest films of the winter season for showing in 2021 due Corona pandemic outbreak.

 

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