Godzilla Vs. Kong Has Been Delayed Until 2021 By Warner Bros. Pictures

Godzilla vs King Kong

It’s been revealed that Godzilla Vs. Kong has been delayed until 2021 by Warner Bros. Pictures due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

There have been a lot of movies delayed due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

The likes of No Time To Die, Fast And Furious 9, Black Widow, John Wick 4, The Matrix 4 have all been delayed.

The COVID-19 pandemic has basically ruined the Hollywood and entertainment industry.

It’s now been revealed via Deadline that Godzilla vs. Kong has been delayed by Warner Bros. Pictures until 2021.

That’s yet another extensive delay for a Hollywood movie, yet Warner Bros. thought it was the best decision.

Godzilla vs. Kong has been delayed until 2021

King Kong in Kong Skull Island

King Kong in Kong Skull Island – Credit: Warner Bros. Pictures

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According to Deadline, Legendary’s Godzilla vs. Kong no longer be released in November of this year.

Instead, they decided to move it to The Matrix 4’s original release date of May 21st, 2021.

The Matrix 4 has since been pushed into 2022 due to the pandemic.

Basically, the pandemic has forced Warner Bros. Pictures into making some difficult decisions regarding their release slate.

They’ve had to figure out where they can put their upcoming movies in the release slate because all these delays have led to a massive backlog.

We now have far too many movies slated for release in 2021, so a number of them will have to be moved into 2022.

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