These films were delayed due to strikes in Hollywood

You may have seen it on the news: Hollywood hits. With this strike (which, by the way, is the largest in decades), actors and screenwriters are calling for better working conditions. However, this means that the recordings of many films and series have stopped. JAN tells you which movies and series are delayed.

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Mission Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part Two

Although the first part of this Mission: Impossible series is still in cinemas, the makers planned to release the second part in June 2024. But thanks to the hits, the second part of the spy movie with Tom Cruise has been slightly delayed. And director Christopher McQuarrie notes that the movie was only 40 percent shot when the strikes hit. You understand: the planned release date seems to be a real date Mission: Impossible.

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The long-awaited sequel to Tim Burton’s iconic Beetlejuice is also expected to hit the big screen later. The movie, in which Michael Keaton once again plays the sickening ghost, still had some shooting days in Vermont planned. Thanks to the beats, these shooting days are a bit longer, hence the planned release date as well.

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The Marvel comic, starring Hugh Jackman and Ryan Reynolds, is mainly filmed in the UK. No problem, you will say. But the strikes continue even there. Film production halted. So we can probably write the planned May 2024 release date on our stomachs.

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Lilo and Stitch – live action

For anyone who’s a fan of Disney’s Live Action movies, this probably comes as a letdown, but production on the remake of the 2002 Disney classic Lilo & Stitch has also stalled. The movie was initially supposed to be ready in August this year, but the release of this movie is in danger of being halted due to strikes.

Mufasa: The Lion King – the follow-up to the live-action version of The Lion King – is still in production. Making this movie may have been enough to prevent delays, but we don’t know for sure. If this movie is not delayed despite the strikes, you can enjoy it in cinemas from July 2024.

Gladiator 2

Another big, long-awaited sequel that’s likely to be delayed: Gladiator 2. Filming, partly shot in Morocco and Malta, has already been completed. But the film still had to be shot for about a third. These recordings are now completely silent. So fans of the film – the first part of which was released in 2000 – will have to be patient a little longer.

And that’s not all…

Other late films include Mortal Kombat 2, Venom 3, Avatar 3 and 4, Alien: Romulus, Thunderbolts, Fast X: Part 2, Inside Out 2, Scream VII, and The Conjuring: Last Rites. A complete laundry list.

And the series can’t escape delays either. Among others, House of the Dragon, season 12 of American Horror Story, and season 4 of Emily in Paris have been delayed (gasp…).

Are you still binging while waiting for all these releases? We’ve rounded up the best movies and series right now on Netflix.

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