Over the past weeks, the coronavirus outbreak has made numerous firms, businesses, and organizations to reschedule the upcoming programs, including Paramount’s forthcoming film “The Lovebirds.”
Initially, the movie, starring Issa Rae and Kumail Nanjiani, was scheduled to launch on April 3rd. However, due to theaters closing down as the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic, “The Lovebirds” will now show straight on the streaming platform Netflix.
Moreover, according to The Hollywood Reporter, it is not defined at the moment when “The Lovebirds” is ready to debut on Netflix.
Additionally, Paramount introduced that “Sonic” can be getting an early digital launch on March 31st. But different motion pictures from the studio, like “A Quite Place 2” and “Blue Story” have already had their releases delayed indefinitely due to the same virus outbreak. In a tweet, director, John Krasinski announced that “now is clearly not the right time” to launch the movie.
— John Krasinski (@johnkrasinski) March 12, 2020
On the other hand, big productions such as “Fast and Furious 9,” “No Time To Die,” etc. have all had their release delayed as a result of the coronavirus crisis.
Jo-Issa Rae Diop, best known Issa Rae, is an African American actress, writer, and producer. Her work on the YouTube series, “Awkward Black Girl” (2011-2013), first brought her to the limelight. She was born on 12 January 1985 in LA, California, United States.