Sometimes, Hollywood likes to shake things up all at once. Such is the case with all this nonsense I’m about to unload.
So it goes like this: Mark Wahlberg’s Six Billion Dollar Man movie still doesn’t have a director. That is not a good thing. As a result, it will no longer come out May 31 of next year, but instead June 5, 2020.
But what the heck? That removes a blockbuster from a prime spot. Never fear, Godzilla can take it. The big-ass sequel will now hit May 31 instead of its original cozy spring spot of March 22.
And then there’s Doctor Sleep. The adaptation of Stephen King’s sequel to The Shining will come out January 24, 2020. Mike Flanagan is directing (that’s good!) while it will be co-written by Akiva Goldsman (that’s bad!).
And that’s about it. The real take away for me is that I’ll have to wait even longer now to see Godzilla beat the shit out of Rodan, which is not something I'm happy about. But I shall live.