Sony Classics Shuffles Calendar with New Dates for ‘The Father’ and More

Another day, another wrench in the release calendar.

Late on Friday, Sony Pictures Classics announced that the specialty arm would be shifting debut dates for three of its awards season titles: “The Father,” “Truffle Hunters,” and “I Carry You with Me.” Earlier this week, Sony Pictures Classics also pushed the Sundance science-fiction favorite “Nine Days” out of January and into the undated realm of summer 2021.The new release dates are obviously due to Covid-19 and the ongoing closure of movie theaters nationwide as many corners of the country grip for lockdown, part two.

The new dates for the films are as follows: “The Father,” starring Anthony Hopkins, will now be released February 26, 2021; Michael Dweck and Gregory Kershaw’s festival darling “The Truffle Hunters” will now be released March 12, 2021; and nonfiction director Heidi Ewing’s narrative feature debut “I Carry You with Me” will now be released in the spring of

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