The Lovebirds: Paramount Pull Issa Rae Movie Due To Coronavirus Pandemic

Published: Thursday 12th Mar 2020 by Sam

Coronavirus has claimed another big theatrical release.

This time, it’s Issa Rae‘s new romantic comedy ‘The Lovebirds.’

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The film had been set for arrival in US theaters on April 3rd and the UK (plus other international markets) on April 24th. 

With the advice globally being to isolate, Hollywood studios have been understandably concerned about the reduction of audiences.

As such, Paramount Pictures have pulled ‘The Lovebirds’ – which also stars Kumail Nanjiani – from schedules. Following in the footsteps of the recent delays to ‘No Time To Die’ and ‘Fast & Furious 9.’

Unlike those films, however, ‘Lovebirds’ hasn’t yet been given a new date.

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  1. Ugghh March 12, 2020

    Dang C********** is the new Twitter, canceling all your faves

  2. J March 12, 2020

    Wow! Sounds like it’s being shelved! ?

  3. Tori March 12, 2020

    This movie was going to flop anyway, they only promoted it on Instagram. Has nothing to do with virus.

  4. Just Sayin’ March 12, 2020

    Movie was goung to flop just like that horrible 007 James Bond movie. They must be thanking their lucky stars for c********** to scrap those flops.

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