As anticipated, right here’s extra shifting of the Q1 theatrical launch schedule: Universal Amblin Entertainment’s Bios, which stars Tom Hanks, will open now on Aug. 13, taking the place of an untitled Blumhouse film that Uni had there.
The pic, directed by Miguel Sapochnik, was dated for April 16. Written by Craig Luck, who’s making his characteristic movie writing debut, and Ivor Powel (affiliate producer of Blade Runner and Alien), Bios takes place on a post-apocalyptic earth, the place a robotic, constructed to guard the lifetime of his creator’s beloved canine, learns about life, love, friendship and what it means to be human.
Bios is at present scheduled towards Screen Gems/Sony’s Don’t Breathe 2, and twentieth Century Studios’ thriller Deep Water starring Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas.
Producers of Bios are Kevin Misher, Jack Rapke, Jacqueline Levine and Powell. EPs are Oscar winner Robert Zemeckis, Luck, Sapochnik, Andy Berman and Adam Merims.
Universal simply launched the Hanks western News of the World for this 12 months’s awards season which critics have loved at 87% licensed contemporary on Rotten Tomatoes. Unfortunately, due the pandemic with 60% of the nation’s cinemas closed over the vacation season, the film didn’t fare properly on the home field workplace with $8.7M thus far stateside. As Deadline first reported, Uni offered international on News of the World to Netflix so as to make financial institution on the movie.
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