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With the worldwide COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic conserving theaters closed across the nation indefinitely, yet one more film is skipping the large display screen altogether. Dave Bautista’s family-friendly comedy My Spy was initially scheduled to hit theaters final yr in August, however was pushed again a number of occasions, ultimately touchdown on April 10, 2020. Now, Variety studies that will probably be going on to Amazon Prime at an as-of-yet unannounced date.

The film options Bautista as an undercover super-spy despatched to surveil a household solely to have his cowl blown by a nine-year-old performed by Chloe Coleman (Huge Little Lies). After she discovers Bautista’s hidden digital camera, she convinces (learn: blackmails) him to show her spycraft through pinky-promise. The film’s trailer guarantees some over-the-top motion blended with Kindergarten Cop-esque slapstick comedy. Bautista and Coleman are joined by Ken Jeong (Group) and Kristen Schall (Bob’s Burgers). It’s directed by Peter Segal (Get Sensible) and written by Jon and Erich Hoeber (Pink).

My Spy joins a rising listing of movies expediting their digital releases or forgoing theaters altogether, like Artemis Fowl, which will probably be heading straight for Disney+.

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