Moviegoers will have to wait a little longer to see Dwayne Johnson in "Red Notice."
Universal Pictures recently made some changes to its release calendar. The studio has moved "Red Notice" back five months, pushing it from June 12, 2020 to Nov. 13, 2020, Deadline reports. The action thriller is taking the spot previously held by an untitled release.
While most moviegoers probably aren't planning ahead all the way to 2020 yet, any who are should take note. The flick's new opening will coincide with the debut of Paramount's "Rugrats" movie. That seems like a good film for it to share a release date with, as the two aren't likely to draw the same crowd.
"Red Notice" is yet another film that will show Johnson on a mission to take down a bad guy. The "Rampage" star is set to play an Interpol agent on the hunt for a notorious art thief. The movie is being produced by Johnson, along with his Seven Bucks Productions partners Dany Garcia and Hiram Garcia, as well as Flynn Picture Co.'s Beau Flynn and Bad Vision, Inc.'s Rawson Marshall Thurber. Wendy Jacobson is executive producing.
"Red Notice" hits theaters Nov. 13, 2020.