The latest release to be shifted is the Emma Stone and Ryan Reynolds-voiced The Croods: A New Age, but this one hasn't been pushed back – it's actually premiering a month earlier than originally planned.
Originally slated for a December 23 US release, it will now hit cinemas for Thanksgiving on November 25, though UK viewers will have to wait considerably longer to see the movie, where it still has a release date of February 5, 2021.
The animated sequel to 2013's The Croods follows the titular family as they search for a new place to live and are stunned to discover a beautiful paradise with everything they could ever need –the only issue being another family already live there.
The Bettermans, with their elaborate treehouse, cool inventions, and the means to grow their own fresh produce, decide to take the Croods in as their houseguests, but it isn't long before tensions arise between the cave family and the modern family.
Trolls Holiday director Joel Crawford is at the helm for this one, and other voices include Nicolas Cage, Catherine Keener, Peter Dinklage, Leslie Mann and Kelly Marie Tran.
Reynolds recently offered an update for Deadpool 3, but couldn't shed a whole lot of light on when the Merc with a Mouth might be back in cinemas.
"Three words," Reynolds explained. "I don't know. Obviously, everything is on pause right now."
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