The title of Ryan Reynolds’ upcoming film, Imaginary Friends, changed, but so has the release date. 

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Reynolds will play a character in the movie who can see people’s imaginary pals in a plot that is similar to that of his 2013 action movie R.I.P.D.  

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Imaginary Friends now has a brand-new title and release date. The new title of the movie is likely intended to be interpreted as an acronym for imaginary friends. 

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The movie will now be released on May 24, 2024, as opposed to its original intended release date of November 17, 2023. 

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These developments came shortly after it was revealed that the release date of the Krasinski-produced A Quiet Place: Day One has been postponed to March 2024 

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The fact that If moved from Thanksgiving weekend to Memorial Day weekend suggests that it is being given more prominence on the programme. 

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Given the massive box office success of Top Gun: Maverick on Memorial Day 

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In addition to Reynolds and Krasinski, the cast of Imaginary Friends include a large number of notable contemporary actors as well as well-known veteran performers.  

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This includes Phoebe Waller-Bridge, who created Fleabag and co-wrote the new James Bond movie No Time to Die 

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Krasinski and his former The Office co-star Steve Carell will reunit in the movie. 

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