Hasbro’s entertainment arm eOne and Paramount has pushed the Dungeons & Dragons movie back again. It’s likely not a reflection on the movie itself, which will star Christopher Pine, Michelle Rodriguez and Rege-Jean Page fresh from Bridgerton, but part of the ongoing shuffles caused by COVID-19.
The Hollywood Reporter has a summary of several changes to the Paramount slate.
D&D’s movie reboot is pushed back an additional 10 months to March 2, 2023.
However, the changes to the schedule have meant that an untiled Star Trek movie is now listed. That’s due for June 9, 2023.
Other movies with new dates include the G.I. Joe movie Snake Eyes, which is now scheduled for October 2022, Top Gun: Maverick moves to November 19, 2021, while Mission Impossible 7 is now May 27, 2022 and Mission Impossible 8 is July 7, 2023.
Hasbro has other D&D projects in work with more computer games and a TV series that may hit the screen before the movie. Derek Kolstad, who has been writing for Falcon and the Winter Soldier, has been hired to pitch the series. The writer draws parallels between his vision and First Blood.
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