‘The Nightingale’ Starring Elle and Dakota Fanning Pushed Back for a Year

'The Nightingale' Starring Elle and Dakota Fanning Pushed Back for a Year
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The World War II movie adapted from Kristin Hannah’s best-selling book has been pushed back to Christmas 2021 release amid the ongoing coronavirus lockdown.

AceShowbiz – Sisters Elle and Dakota Fanning‘s new movie has been bumped to a Christmas 2021 release due to the coronavirus pandemic.

World War Two drama “The Nightingale” was supposed to drop at the end of 2020 but studio bosses want more time to prepare the film for a possible Oscar run, and it will now hit theatres on December 22, 2021.

The real-life sisters will play on-screen siblings in the adaptation of Kristin Hannah‘s international bestseller, directed by French actress Melanie Laurent.

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