First, 20th Century Fox delayed the debut of X-Men Origins: Wolverine from May 14th in Mexico because of the flu crisis there. Now Sony has delayed two films for the same reason. “We have been closely monitoring the situation in Mexico all week and we continue to be extremely concerned about this health crisis and its impact on the people who live there, and especially those who have been affected by the flu,” the Hollywood studio said. “While our hope is that the outbreak will be contained as quickly as possible, given the unfolding events we are rescheduling Angels & Demons from May 15 to June 12, and we are also moving Terminator Salvation to July 31. It was previously scheduled for release on June 5.”
Studios Delay Movie Openings In Mexico
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