It has been a busy day on the release date change front.
First up, Andrew Dominik’s long-awaited Marilyn Monroe biographical drama “Blonde” has been delayed until 2022 by Netflix.
The film reportedly has very little dialogue, but for what it does have Ana de Armas says she spent nine months of dialect coaching to perfect Monroe’s voice.
Next, IFC has also set an October 15th premiere date for Mia Hansen-Love’s Cannes premiering “Bergman Island”. Mia Wasikowska, Tim Roth and Vicky Krieps star in the story of a filmmaker couple visiting Faro Island.
IFC Films has landed North American rights to “Fish Tank” helmer Andrea Arnold’s Cannes documentary “Cow.” Shot over seven years, the film follows one dairy cow’s reality over a period of time.
Finally in some non-film news, Ember Lab’s third-person action-adventure game “Kena: Bridge of Spirits” has been delayed by one month and will now hit PC, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5 on September 21st.
The delay is reportedly required to finish polishing the game and “ensure the best experience possible”.
Source: Netflix, IFC, Twitter