There’s no Marvel film that’s been postponed as often as Mutants. Originally, the X-Men spin-off was supposed to come to the theaters in 2018. Now a new start has finally been determined.
Someone really doesn’t want New Mutants to be released. At least that’s how it looks when you look at the production history of the X-Men spin-off, which was shot in 2017 and was originally supposed to come to the cinemas in April 2018. The Marvel film has been postponed five times since then. Now finally a new theatrical release is certain.
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Disney unveils the new date for New Mutants in a press release. The last date planned for the theatrical release was April. Now the offshoot will conquer the big screen from August 27, 2020. One thing is particularly exciting: Disney is sticking to a cinema release despite all the setbacks in the past.
Marvel film New Mutants is definitely coming to the cinema
This is now all taken for granted. Irrespective of the bumpy production history that New Mutants has had to endure, the Corona pandemic in recent weeks and months has ensured that numerous studios and distributors have released their films directly to various streaming services.
Watch the trailer for New Mutans:
Disney itself released the fantasy blockbuster Artemis Fowl in the USA on its own streaming service Disney+ in June. On Friday Hamilton will also be joining in. The recording of the successful Broadway musical was supposed to be released in October 2021. Let’s hope that New Mutants can really keep its current release this time.
Check that Trailer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_DV3uREHnwc
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New Mutants was staged by Fate is a rotten traitor director Josh Boone. The cast consists of the following names: There’s Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams and Anya Taylor-Joy, who’s starred in films like The Witch, Thoroughbred and most recently Emma. There are also Charlie Heaton, Alice Braga, Blu Hunt and Henry Zaga.