Timothee Chalamet starrer The French Dispatch's launch date postponed attributable to COVID-19 pandemic

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New launch date of French Dispatch& 

Right after the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared that the world is caught underneath the clutches of a pandemic, cities began going underneath lockdown and other people began training social distancing. Amid the coronavirus disaster, movie shoots acquired suspended and launch dates began getting postponed. Because no one want to go to film theatres and sit in shut proximity of almost 100 folks, simply to observe a movie. Risking lives just isn’t one thing anybody would need to do.

Several movies acquired postponed and the most recent movie to alter its launch date is The French Dispatch. The movie is helmed by ace filmmaker Wes Anderson and it stars Tilda Swinton, Frances McDormand, Timothée Chalamet, Lyna Khoudri, Jeffrey Wright, Mathieu Amalric, Stephen Park, Léa Seydoux, Willem Dafoe and Benicio del Toro. Along with Wes Anderson, Steven Rales and Jeremy Dawson have bankrolled the movie.

As per the most recent stories, the movie will now launch on October 16. Earlier, it was imagined to launch on July 24.

The French Dispatch will reportedly take us again to 1950 in the midst of Paris. The film revolves round journalists who work with an American newspaper and it is centered round three storylines. The movie is described as a love letter to journalists. 

This movie brings to life a set of tales from the ultimate challenge of an American journal revealed in a fictional 20th-century French metropolis.  The official trailer of the movie was launched by the filmmakers in February this yr. If you have not already, try the trailer under.

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The trailer has obtained numerous love on social media and it has over three million views on YouTube.

Other Hollywood movies which have postponed its launch date are Black Widow, Fast and Furious 9, No Time to Die, A Quiet Place Part II, and Wonder Woman 1984.

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