For more than a year, the big studios have been forced to delay their films over and over again due to the global health situation and theaters closed or underperforming. This has caused that films that should have been released months ago, such as Fast & Furious 9, are finding themselves with the new productions that have been forged in Hollywood, such as Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City. This has caused the calendar to begin to saturate.
In fact, yesterday we were already talking about how Warner I had moved the Mortal Kombat movie on the calendar to let Godzilla vs Kong breathe. Sony It is also maneuvering in that direction to adjust its own schedule.
As reported Variety, Sony Pictures has again changed the release date of Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City, the new film of the franchise that will serve as a reboot and that was scheduled to premiere on September 3.
However, that date was also shared with the movie of Marvel studios of Shang-Chi and the legend of the Ten Rings, so both films were going to compete for a box office that we still do not know how it will be in September. As a result, Sony has delayed Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City until November 24, thus three months with which they hope not to have problems with any other big budget film that could overshadow our visit to Raccoon city.
What do you think of the delay in the release date of Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City?