‘Candyman’ Will Now Unwrap In 2021

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Word was leaking that more wide release date changes were afoot in the wake of Warner Bros.’ Wonder Woman 1984 postponing from Oct. 2 to Christmas Day and here we have Universal/MGM/Bron/Monkeypaw’s Candyman moving from its Oct. 16 date to an unset future date in 2021.

All studio partners are assessing a new date, and the latest release date change comes about with no new news as to when New York and Los Angeles will reopen. As such, some studios are looking at the theatrical landscape in the wake of Tenet‘s 11-day opening of $20.2M and thinking: the time isn’t right yet to release certain big IP titles. However, with theaters open, exhibition will need product, and the big movies are spaced apart as you can see below. By the way, we hear that Nia DaCosta-directed reboot will be going strictly into theaters, not PVOD or a theatrical day-and-date release. Candyman is billed as a “spiritual sequel” to the horror 1992 film, returning the action to a now-gentrified Chicago neighborhood where the legend began.

Staying put on Oct. 16 is Freestyle Releasing’s wide entry 2 Hearts starring Euphoria and The Kissing Booth‘s Jacob Elordi.

Here’s how the rest of the fall/winter wide releases are looking. There’s not another one, after Tri-Star’s Broken Hearts Gallery, until Sept. 25:

September 25

Greenland (STX)

October 2


October 9

Honest Thief (Open Road/Briarcliff)

War With Grandpa (101 Studios)

October 16

2 Hearts (Freestyle)

October 23

Death on the Nile (20th/Disney)

Lord and Miller Connected (Sony)

October 30

Fatale (Lionsgate)

November 6

Black Widow (Disney)

Let Him Go (Focus Features)

November 13

Freaky (Universal/Blumhouse)

Deep Water (20th)

November 20

No Time to Die (MGM)

Soul (Disney)

November 25

Voyagers (Lionsgate)

Happiest Season (Sony)

December 4

The Empty Man (20th/Disney)

December 11

Free Guy

December 18

Coming to America 2 (Paramount)

West Side Story (20th/Amblin/Disney)

Dune (Warner Bros/Legendary)

December 23

Croods 2 (Universal/DreamWorks Animation)

December 25

Wonder Woman 1984 (WB)

News of the World (Universal)

December 30

Escape Room 2 (Sony)

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