Paramount pushed the release date of its two big-budget movies “A Quiet Place Part 2” and “Top Gun: Maverick,” to 2021. The former will now release on April 2021, and later on July 2, 2021.
A Quiet Place 2 was originally scheduled to release on March 20 in the US and March 18 in the UK. But due to pandemic Coronavirus, the studio decided to postpone the release.
It seems that the studio is not in favor of releasing movies on digital platforms. As they think, digital platforms cannot generate enough revenue. In the US, studios were supposed to open in August, but due to rising Coronavirus cases, it looks very unlikely.
A Quiet Place 2 is a sequal of 2018’s movie of the same name. Its story is about the story of a post-apocalyptic world where humans are not supposed to make a sound if they do so then they become the victim of deadly creatures.
Earlier in the week, Warner Bros. also postponed its much-awaited Tenet movie indefinitely. It was originally scheduled to release on July 17. Tenet is one of the most expensive movies to date with a budget of around $200.