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Warner Bros. Release Date Changes For 2018-2020

Godzilla vs. Kong will hit theaters a week earlier in 2020; Scooby Doo reboot moves from 2018 to 2020.

8 weeks ago by Brian Renner

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Warner Bros. Pictures announced a slew of release dates changes for films through 2020.

The sure-to-be epic battle of Godzilla vs. Kong will hit theaters a week earlier in 2020, moving from May 29 to May 22.

A unknown Untitled Warner Animation Project 2018 will release on February 9, 2018. Another Warner Animation film, Smallfoot, was planned for the same day, but now moves to September 14, 2018.

New Line Cinema’s comedy Game Night moves from February 16 to February 14, 2018. The film, which started filming last month, stars Jason Bateman, Rachel McAdams, Kylie Bunbury and Kyle Chandler in a couples game night gone wrong.

Tag, which follows adults playing an elaborate game of tag for a month, will debut on June 29, 2018. Ed Helms, Tracy Morgan, Hannibal Buress and Jeremy Renner star in the project.

New Line Cinema will release an unknown Untitled New Line Horror film on September 7, 2018.

Rebel Wilson-starrer Isn't It Romantic will debut on Feb. 14, 2019. The film follows a cynical woman who discovers that her life has become a romantic comedy, and she goes from sidekick to center stage.

The Scooby-Doo animated reboot, co-directed by Chips star/director Dax Shepard, moves from September 21, 2018 to May 15, 2020. A two-year delay sounds like development/script issues to us.



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