"It's against nature!"
- Aug 4, 2004
- Katy, Texas, United State
That article didn't say anything about the film skipping theatres. It just says that it might have to be delayed again. (Hopefully to September 18th, since Connected vacated that slot to October 23rd.) Decisions like these are also left to Paramount, not Bob Bakish, like in the article.
The article says that the release date has been moved six times already, twice since the pandemic started. That's a lot of rescheduling for one film, even without taking the virus into account.
Given that experts are talking about a death rate reaching the equivalent of 9/11 every day, I REALLY doubt the summer will be a good time to put out a movie parents have to take their kids to.