Creation for Bullet Train started in October of 2020, during the COVID-19 pandemic, with recording having finished up in March of this year. For some, the draw of Leitch’s previous films has been the activity sequences and battle movement, having coordinated features such as Atomic Blonde, Fast and Furious Presents: Hobbs and Shaw, and John Wick (in an uncredited job), notwithstanding the Deadpool sequel. Fans have been enthusiastic for more news surrounding his impending task and to get a glimpse of the activity, especially since the chief uncovered more with regards to its cast, specifically Brad Pitt, who played out most of his own stunts.
Sony has now reported that it has chosen to move the release of Bullet Train by 90 days, placing it in theaters by July 15, 2022 instead of its underlying April 8 debut date. The film presently avoids an initial end of the week rival in Paramount’s Sonic the Hedgehog 2, expected to draw in an enormous crowd turnout of its own. Bullet Train will be moved to an end of the week where there are no other significant studio films scheduled to be released, and set up for premium enormous organization screens.
While the news of Bullet Train’s new release date may disappoint some, it could end up being a smart decision on Sony’s part to stay away from contest, given the movies performances this year has displayed. Bullet Train cast members such as Joey King have taken to social media to uncover set photos, producing some extra early fervor for fans anticipating a possible trailer release. The debut date is not the first change the film needed to make however, as Bullock’s casting came following the takeoff of Lady Gaga, who needed to exit her job because of scheduling conflicts.
Leitch’s history as a stunt twofold in Hollywood, as well as his understanding of the activity entertainment world, are clear in his work. Considering that, it’s no big surprise his latest venture has been met with such expectation from the two fans of his filmography and the activity kind overall. A film and cast of this type will be relied upon to acquire audiences, and Sony’s arrangement to remember IMAX for its distribution makes that unmistakable. Fans can appreciate future teasers of Bullet Train, as the film nears closer to its new July 15 release date.