The release of the adaptation of the cult series of M6, initially scheduled for the end of July, had already been postponed for the first time. The film “Miss”, scheduled for October 28, sees its release advanced by a week.
The release on the comedy screens Kaamelott – First part was postponed indefinitely due to restrictions on cinemas due to the health crisis, distributor SND said on October 19. In May, its release had already been postponed to November 25.
“In view of the evolution of the health situation and new government measures, the release of the film Kaamelott – First part directed by Alexandre Astier is postponed. Alexandre Astier and SND remain determined to present this film to the public, in the best conditions, in cinemas“the distributor wrote on Twitter, without setting a date for the postponement.
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– Warner Bros France (@warnerbrosfr) October 19, 2020
On the other hand, Warner Bros. France brought forward a week, to October 21, the release of Miss by Ruben Alves. “See you in theaters on Wednesday to discover the moving story of Alex, who has a dream: to become Miss France!“the distributor wrote on Twitter.
Wednesday, on the scheduled date, also comes out Goodbye idiots by Albert Dupontel. “The question is no longer whether people are going to want to see the film, but whether they will be able to. And it’s serious“, said the director to Première on October 15.