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‘Candyman,’ ‘Halloween’ Sequel Push Universal – Variety

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Universal Pictures is pushing back the release of “Candyman” and its two “Halloween” sequels, marking a delay in the recent release date of the coronavirus epidemic.

Jordan Peel’s “Candyman” will run three weeks from September 25 to October 16. “Halloween Kills” has been delayed for one year from October 16, 2020, to October 15, 2021, and “Halloween Ends” will move to October 15, 2021 to October 14, 2022.

The studio further announced that the latest chapter of Universal Pictures’ dystopian horror franchise, “The Forever Purge”, will be published in July 921, 2021. The title was delayed indefinitely in May.

Universal’s Rice comes with most North American movies closed for about four months, with major disciplines pushing for a re-opening by the end of July. AMC recently said it expects to open 450 of the more than 60,000 theaters on July 30. It is expected to be fully operational in early August.

Sony’s “Broken Hearts Gallery” and the first studio title of the 20th century “The Empty Man” planned to open in August, followed by Warner Bros. ‘Tenet’ on August 12 and Disney’s “Mulan” on August. 21. “Mulan” has been delayed three times since March.

“Candyman” is a reboot of the 1992 slasher film. It was originally scheduled to open on June 12 but goes back to September in early April.

Universal has delayed several big movies – “Minions: Rise of the Grow”, “Fast and Furious” entries “F9” and “Guy 2”, in addition to removing “Wicked” from its release calendar – since Hollywood COVID-19.

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