Casting CallsLionsgate Reschedules Release Dates for 'The Crow' and 'Saw XI'

Lionsgate Reschedules Release Dates for ‘The Crow’ and ‘Saw XI’


Key Takeaways:
and Twisted Pictures have altered the dates for ‘The Crow' and ‘Saw XI.'
– The release of ‘The Crow' has been moved from June 7th to August 23rd.
– ‘Saw XI' is being postponed by a full year with the new release date set on September 26, 2025.

Lionsgate carried out a release date revamp today, reshuffling the schedules for some of its much-awaited films. Among the most notable changes are the release dates for the upcoming reboot of ‘The Crow' and the eleventh episode of the famous horror franchise, ‘Saw XI.' This update comes from the Deadline report as cited by JoBlo. (source: [JoBlo](

‘The Crow' Flies to August

The retake of the iconic ‘The Crow,' formerly slated for a June 7th release, will now greet audiences on August 23rd. This decision allows the to distance itself from ‘Bad Boys: Ride or Die' in the summer lineup.

The team behind ‘The Crow' is probably breathing a sigh of relief as this move will give them more time for post- and . With this new release date, they're likely hoping to capitalize on the late summer moviegoers and potentially increase their box-office earnings.

A One-Year Delay for ‘Saw XI'

Meanwhile, horror will have to wait a bit longer for the eleventh installment of ‘Saw.' The release date of ‘Saw XI,' initially set for September 27th, has been pushed back a full year to September 26th, 2025.

While the reasons behind this delayed release remain undisclosed, fans can probably expect the usual culprits: ongoing , post-production concerns, or strategic marketing decisions involved. After all, the ‘Saw' franchise has a massive fanbase who won't want a rushed product, but rather a meticulously constructed horror flick worthy of the franchise's reputation.

Looking to the Future

While these shifts might cause a bit of disappointment among fans eagerly waiting for the , it's crucial to remember that good things take time. It's likely that the decision to delay ‘Saw XI,' especially, is for the betterment of the movie's final cut.

Moreover, with ‘The Crow' out of the shadow of ‘Bad Boys: Ride or Die,' it could potentially mean a better reception and higher profits than if it had stuck to the original schedule.

As we wait for more updates on the releases of ‘The Crow' and ‘Saw XI,' it's clear that Lionsgate and Twisted Pictures are not afraid to shake things up for the benefits of their films and dedicated . Until then, fans have these revised premiere dates to mark on their calendars.

Stay tuned for more updates on this reshuffle from Lionsgate, and the new schedules it has planned for these much-anticipated films.

More information about these release date changes will be shared when available.

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