The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard Gets a New Release Date

The sequel of 2017’s blockbuster The Hitman’s Bodyguard starring Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson has its premiere pushed to the early of this summer.

The sequel titled The Hitman’s wife’s Bodyguard features Michael Bryce and hitman Darius Kincaid stuck in a deadly mission but this time they are not alone, the Darius con’s artist and hitman’s wife Sonia is also on the gunpoint. As Bryce takes on every danger and tries to save his master, the trio finds themselves trapped in an ugly trap of a powerful psycho, played by Antonio Banderas.

While Reynolds and Jackson are set to reprise their classic lead role, some new renowned faces are going to join the cast of the thriller including Captain America: The Winter Solider’s Frank Grillo, The Game of Thrones’ Thomas Hopper, Can you forgive me’s Richard E. Grant and Gabriella Wright from The Tudors. Other than these fan-favorite actors, Morgan Freeman is also going to join the cast but his role is still under wrap.

The Hitman’s Bodyguard was one of the biggest blockbusters of 2017, with a whopping business of $176 million worldwide. This massive success made the makers announce the sequel of the movie within a year. The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard was originally slated to see its release on August 28, 2020, but the global Covid-19 pandemic made the makers push the release date to August 20, 2021, almost a year later. However, the film’s new release date moves the film up two months.

The preponed release of the sequel comes with good news for the theater business. As for the first time in a while, it seems like the theater is going to witness the old, happy business. With many movies seeing their release on the streaming platform, The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard will see its debut in what looks to be a packed theatrical premiere.

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Instead of August 20, 2021, now The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard will see its release on June 16, 2021.

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