The film was due for release in July, but movie bosses have now pushed the launch date back until Dec. 22.
A representative for Universal, the studio behind the film, has blamed the move on scheduling conflicts — insisting a Christmas release will give the film a better chance of success at the box office.
Universal domestic distribution rep Nikki Rocco tells The Hollywood Reporter, “A year ago, the Christmas landscape wasn’t as clear.”
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