Michael Bay's ‘Welcome to Yesterday’ Release is Postponed

Michael Bay's 'Welcome to Yesterday' Release is Postponed

Paramount's low budget sci-fi film was to have opened on Feb. 28. The plans to work with MTV Films on its marketing

Paramount has postponed the Feb. 28 release of the Michael Bay-produced sci-fi film “Welcome to Yesterday.”

The studio is looking for a new date for the found-footage project about teens building a time machine, an individual close to the project told TheWrap. Late summer or fall would seem the most likely.

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The delay will allow Bay, who has been working on the studio's June 24 release “Transformers 4: The Age of Extinction,” more time to focus on the low-budget project, known at one time as “Almanac.”

Paramount also plans a co-promotion with MTV Films, a sibling from the studio's corporate parent Viacom, on youth-targeted marketing for “Welcome to Yesterday.” That teaming worked very well for last year's surprise hit “Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa.”

Platinum Bay's Brad Fuller and Andrew Form are producing with Bay. Dean Israelite is the director.