Roadshow Films push back movie release dates as ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ remains the only film with the green light

Wonder Woman 1984
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Australian film distributors Roadshow Films have advised upcoming blockbuster Wonder Woman 1984 is the only film that remains, as they release their latest schedule amid the COVID-19 outbreak.

Previously set for release month, Comedy The Personal History Of David Copperfield will be released at a later date.

Joel Kinnaman’s The Informer, Carey Mulligan’s Promising Young Woman slated to be released in April are now undated.

Joel Kinnaman - The Informant
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Katie Holmes’ The Secret: Dare To Dream, Janelle Monáe’s Antebellum and upcoming Australian drama Rams, which stars actors Sam Neil and Asher Keddie have also been halted.

Previously slated for May 28, 2020, highly anticipated SCOOB!, which will see Frank Welker as Scooby, Zac Efron, Amanda Seyfried, and Gina Rodriguez lend their voices has also been pushed back.

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June releases Lin-Manuel Miranda’s In The Heights and horror film Malignant were also halted.

Meanwhile, Wonder Woman 1984, previously set to hit the big screen on June 4, 2020 has been pushed back two months, now scheduled to be released on August 13, 2020.

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