The two new and highly anticipated projects starring Tom Cruise will hit theaters in the United States and Spain in May and September.
The Delta variant of the coronavirus continues to cause date changes in the film industry. The latest movies to be affected are Mission Impossible 7 and Top Gun: Maverick, both starring Tom Cruise. The two titles of Paramount Pictures they have already seen before how their arrival in movie theaters changed on several occasions.
New wave of delays due to COVID? Paramount postpones in the US the premiere of ‘Clifford, the big red dog’, scheduled for September, by the Delta variant
In this way and as reported THR, Mission Impossible 7 will hit theaters in the United States on September 30, 2022 and Top Gun: Maverick, the sequel to Top Gun (Idols of the air), the May 27, 2022. In Spain, both films have also adopted the same dates as in North America.
These delays add to the list of problems you’ve had Mission Impossible 7 from the beginning of its filming. The film’s production was cut short by the coronavirus crisis and it was one of the first blockbusters that had to stop filming due to COVID-19. He was also one of the first to put the cameras back to work. In June, in addition, it was necessary to stop production again for 14 days for a positive for coronavirus.
All this has also caused plans to Mission Impossible 8, also with Christopher McQuarrie behind the scenes, will change. The film already delayed its arrival in theaters in April this year at July 7, 2023. However, we will have to wait to see if the date has also undergone changes due to what happened with Mission Impossible 8.
Before Top Gun: Maverick and Mission Impossible 7, Paramount decided to indefinitely delay Clifford the big red dog. As to Jackass Forever, its premiere has also been delayed in the United States from October 22 of this year to February 4, 2022. In Spain we will have to wait to see what day they choose.