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Jupiter Ascending Delayed 7 Months

Just as things were starting to look good.  The latest sci-fi adventure from The Wachowski siblings (The Matrix, Speed Racer) was just beginning it’s big media blitz leading into the July release date, and the newest trailer has had fans buzzing about the films quality and return to form for the directing duo, who had seen some critical and commercial failures in recent pictures, but now that excitement is going to have to be put on hold.  Jupiter Ascending, starring Channing Tatum and Mila Kunis has been delayed due to “Visual Effects Delays” according to inside sources.  Jupiter Ascending will now be released February 6, 2015, which pushes it from it’s July 18, 2014 date by nearly 7 months.

Warner Bros will continue to distribute Jupiter, though they’re going to have to find a new date for the next Liam Neeson film Run All Night, which had been slated to release on the new date prior to this push.  Check out the latest trailer below, but put that excitement on the back burner for just a while, otherwise you might drive yourself insane waiting.  Keep it tuned to Free4Geeks.com for any further details on Jupiter Ascending as they are released.

 

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Josh is a professional Nintendo apologist and self-loathing Carolina Panthers fan. He does NOT like long walks on the beach, rather he prefers strolls through the snow. You can catch him every week on the Free For All Podcast.