‘F9’ NOS-Jumps Back Two Months to May 2021

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Universal announced that the release of the highly-anticipated Fast & Furious sequel F9 is being delayed once again, this time to Memorial Day weekend 2021. The decision comes right on the heels of news that the upcoming James Bond film No Time to Die is getting pushed from this November to April 2, 2021, the same day F9 was previously scheduled to hit theaters. The shift makes total sense, as there’s barely enough room in one weekend for Vin Diesel, let alone Vin Diesel, the fambly, and an international super spy. …




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