'Ghostbusters: Afterlife' and 'Morbius' Pushed Back to 2021 Due to Coronavirus Crisis
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While Sony Pictures bumped the release of several movies, including 'Uncharted' and 'Greyhound', from their summer schedule, Kevin Hart's 'Fatherhood' will be released three months earlier.

AceShowbiz - Bosses at Sony Pictures have bumped the release of several movies from their summer schedule due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

With movie theatres worldwide in shut down due to the global health crisis, movies set to be released this summer, including "Ghostbusters: Afterlife", "Uncharted", "Greyhound", and "Morbius", have been delayed.

"Ghostbusters: Afterlife", which sees the return of original cast members Bill Murray, Ernie Hudson, Sigourney Weaver, and Annie Potts, has been pushed from its original date of July 10 to March 5, 2021, with "Morbius", which stars Jared Leto and was originally slated to hit theatres on July 31, now opening on March 19, 2021.

"Greyhound", starring Tom Hanks, was set for a July 12 release, with no new date announced, and Tom Holland's "Uncharted", which delayed the start of production earlier this month, is now slated to open on October 8, 2021, after being bumped from its March 5, 2021 date.

However, its not all bad news as Kevin Hart's comedy "Fatherhood", will actually be opening earlier - on October 23, up from its original January 15, 2021 release.

An untitled Sony-Marvel movie has also been pushed from October 8, 2021 and is awaiting a new release date.

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