The seventh installment of the action saga starring Tom Cruise will hit theaters in the United States on May 27, 2022.
Paramount Pictures has delayed the releases of some of its most anticipated films. This is the case of titles such as Mission Impossible 7, Top Gun: Maverick, and Jackass 4. The new dates correspond to the United States. In Spain, we will have to wait to know what day they will land on the card.
Top Gun: Maverick, the sequel to Tom Cruise’s 1980s classic Top Gun (Idols of the Air), hits theaters on November 19. The film was scheduled to premiere on July 2, a week before Black Widow. It is unclear if Paramount has made this decision not to compete with a Marvel Studios title.
As for Mission: Impossible 7, the new installment of the action saga starring Cruise in the role of Ethan Hunt has been delayed to May 27, 2022. Previously, the Christopher McQuarrie- the directed title was set to land on the billboard on November 19, a date that Top Gun: Maverick now has. This implies that Mission: Impossible 8 has also undergone a change. The film is now scheduled to hit theaters on July 7, 2023.
Jackass 4, the fourth film about the group led by Johnny Knoxville, has also changed its opening day: October 22. Dragons and Dungeons , the film about the famous role-playing game, has also delayed its arrival in theaters, and now it will do so ten months later than planned: on March 3, 2023. The only good news is that Snake Eyes, GI Joe’s ‘spin-off’ with Úrsula Corberó in the role of La Baronesa, will be released earlier than planned: on July 23, 2021.
Taking advantage of these date changes, THR indicates that Paramount has also announced the releases of other titles. A ‘biopic’ about the Bee Gees will hit theaters on November 4, 2022, and The Shrinking of Treehorn on November 10, 2023. On the other hand, a comedy starring Ryan Reynolds and John Krasinski plans to land on the billboard on November 17, 2023 .
Paramount Pictures has been selling some of its most anticipated films to streaming platforms since March 2020. This is the case of El Rey de Zamunda, The Tomorrow War or Sin regrets. In addition to that, the studio announced that the films it opens in theaters will be available 45 days after their arrival on the billboard on the streaming platform Paramount +. The latter will occur with titles such as Mission Impossible 7 and A Quiet Place 2.