Marvel Studios' Thunderbolts movie, originally slated for July 2024, faces a release delay to July 25, 2025.
The film's production adjustments are a result of last year's Hollywood writers' and actors' strikes.
Notable cast members, including Florence Pugh, Sebastian Stan, and David Harbour, remain, with Harrison Ford making a cameo.
Scheduling conflicts lead to Steven Yeun's departure, replaced by Lewis Pullman as the comic book hero Sentry.
Ayo Edebiri exits due to conflicts, with Geraldine Viswanathan stepping in for an undisclosed role.
Hollywood strikes impact Marvel's 2024 film slate, leaving Deadpool 3 as the sole release for that year.
Thunderbolts, directed by Jake Schreier, promises an engaging narrative with Marvel antiheroes and reformed villains.
Despite setbacks, fans anticipate Thunderbolts as a unique addition to the Marvel cinematic universe, built around a stellar ensemble cast.
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