If movie theaters are planning to reopen in select locations around the country in the next month, will there be any new movies out there left to program? In another case of another movie biting the dust, Lionsgate has decided that the best course of distribution financially for their movie Antebellum is to have the movie
Lionsgate has taken the Janelle Monáe horror movie Antebellum off its theatrical release schedule for the time being as big exhibition reorganizes itself during COVID-19. Previously, the Gerard Bush-Christopher Renz directed and written movie was dated for Aug. 21, but with Warner Bros. Tenet hoping to reopen theaters over Labor Day weekend, the plan is for Antebellum to go later.
Antebellum writing and directing team Gerard Bush and Christopher Renz have set up their next project at Lionsgate, Rapture. At the same time, the studio as re-dated Antebellum, originally scheduled for the spring pre-COVID-19, to Aug. 21 of this year. The deal was made for Rapture after a highly competitive bidding situation for the material. Bush and Renz have written a
No surprise here, but Lionsgate has just undated horror pic Antebellum, the Sarah Paulson thriller Run and the Chris Rock-Samuel L. Jackson SAW chapter Spiral. The pics will remain undated for the time being as Lionsgate evaluates the next steps, dates, and strategies for bringing the titles back once the nation’s exhibition infrastructure is back on track. Antebellum was set for release