It seems like we’ll all have to wait a little longer to finally see Sylvester Stallone’s live-action superhero movie. SAMARITAN, with Mojo locker informing that the film will now be released on August 26, 2022. Initially, the film was scheduled for release this summer. Still, after the original June 2021 date came and went, the studio behind it, United Artists, refrained from announcing a new date, likely due to concerns about Covid-19. So in the end, it has moved to next summer when things have calmed down a bit, and this can have a legitimate stage performance without any asterisks next to it.
Samaritan Stallone plays a famous superhero who has disappeared for twenty years, but is discovered by a boy (Javon Walton). The film is directed by Mris Julius Avery and marks a rare superhero film for Stallone, given his mixed history in the genre. Its 1995 Judge Dredd The adaptation was a notable failure. Still, since then, Stallone has gotten his foot into the genre thanks to his relationship with writer-director James Gunn, who prompted him to make a cameo in Guardians of the Galaxy 2 and give voice to King Shark in the Suicide squad.
Stallone has done his best to promote this film through his Instagram, and it seems like a gritty and solid take on the genre that could give it another iconic role. I’ve been waiting to see this one for a while, and a part of me is happy that United Artists delayed it instead of sending it to the stream. Yes Consumables 4 It also happens this fall as promised, 2022 could be a difficult year for all Stallone superfans.