Conjuring 3 postponed Horror will not continue until 2021

“Conjuring 3” postponed: Horror will not continue until 2021

Actually, “Conjuring 3: Under the Spell of the Devil” should be in the cinemas on September 10, 2020. But fans of the scary horror series now have to wait considerably longer. The demonologists Lorraine and Ed Warren will not return until the summer of 2021.

As Warner announced, the US theatrical release of “Conjuring 3: Under the Spell of the Devil” will now take place on June 4, 2021. There is currently no new German date.

As Warner announced, the US theatrical release of “Conjuring 3: Under the Spell of the Devil” will now take place on June 4, 2021. There is currently no new German date.

As a reason, the studio cited the corona pandemic, because of which one currently has to reevaluate all start dates. In addition to the postponement of “Conjuring 3”, Warner has also canceled the current start date of “Tenet”:

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Warner also made it clear that one will keep an eye on the situation to see whether future start dates have to be changed (currently the start lists for 2020 include “Wonder Woman 1984” and “Dune”).

The great uncertainty of Hollywood studios such as Warner is primarily due to the fact that the situation on the domestic market is not yet improving and the cinemas are not yet to be opened up – on the contrary.

Hollywood’s dilemma: strengthening cinemas – with your own losses?

This leads to the special situation that the studios hold back their films while in large parts of the world the cinemas are already open again. Despite recent promising and highly interesting new starts such as “Berlin Alexanderplatz”, for example, hardly any people go to the cinemas in Germany. For that, it seems that the big Hollywood blockbusters are needed.

The call for the task of global parallel starts for the so-called tentpole films is getting louder and louder. But the Hollywood studios are still hesitating, even if Warner is suggesting a rethink with the still slightly nebulous “Tenet” message to which we have already referred above.

The call for the task of global parallel starts for the so-called tentpole films is getting louder and louder.

Even this carries risks, however, as many experts assume that whoever rushes ahead (whether Warner with “Tenet” or Disney with “Mulan”) could strengthen the open cinemas, but could incur financial losses himself. Some analysts are therefore already assuming that there will be no more blockbuster theatrical releases in 2020 – although cinema operators are likely to run a storm.

Many are already venting their displeasure, explaining that they are only open because Warner and Disney signaled at the beginning that “Tenet” and “Mulan” would come in July. The cinema operators are faced with a dilemma: Many cinemas are currently not operating economically due to the low number of visitors, but closing them again to wait for the big Hollywood films would ultimately break their necks for some.

Many cinemas are CMOVIESHD not operating economically due to the low number of visitors, but closing them again to wait for the big Hollywood films would mean the ultimate break of the neck for some.