By: John M Jerva
Another day, another post about a film that was supposed to come out this year has been delayed due to the pandemic. This time it’s Sylvester Stallone’s Dark Superhero flick Samaritan which was supposed to get a December 11th release this year but now has been delayed.
The news of the date change cane on Sky’s official Instagram page with a poster of Stallone with the tag line “a special kind of superhero is heading your way!” The new date is now next summer on June 4th of next year which was expected as production had halted earlier this year when the virus hit.
In Samaritan, a young boy learns that a superhero (Sylvester Stallone) who was thought to have gone missing after an epic battle twenty years ago may in fact still be around.
Stallone plays the title role of Stanley Kominski who “a sanitation worker trying to live a normal life while harboring a deep secret”.
The cast includes Martin Starr, Pilou Asbæk, Dascha Polanco, Moises Arias, Jared Odrick, Michael Aaron Milligan, and Natacha Karam with Overlord helmer Julius Avery directing.
A trailer will probably arrive sometime later this year or early next year with the news so keep it locked and loaded right here for more as we are your destination for everything Action!