Hollywood productions to discover now on October 20, 2021 for Venom: Let There Be Carnage and February 22, 2022 with Uncharted.
After a debut film of questionable quality, the antihero of the universe Spiderman Venom will have to wait a little longer before winning back the general public. The second part of the adventures of Eddie Broke, played on screen by Tom Hardy, has again been postponed due to the pandemic. Scheduled in France on September 15, it should ultimately not invade cinemas before October 20.
The same goes for Nathan Drake, hero of the successful video game franchise Uncharted, which was initially due to make its big film debut on December 18, 2020. Postponed for the first time in October 2021, then advanced in July before being rescheduled on February 11, 2022, Uncharted according to Ruben Fleischer, with Tom Holland in the title role is finally announced on February 18, 2022.
The umpteenth postponements of its two blockbusters signed Sony Pictures feed the puzzle that awaits distributors when the cinemas reopen. The option of a direct streaming release, acclaimed in particular by Warner, seems to have shown its limits and the big American studios carefully keep a large number of big productions in their boxes, waiting for better days.
In France, the eagerly awaited Matrix 4, James Bond: Die Can Wait or Dune, are all scheduled for the last quarter of 2021. They will be in direct competition with other French-speaking productions postponed several times since the start of the health crisis (Aline, with Valérie Le mercier, or The Tuche 4 by Olivier Baroux).