Dwayne Johnson’s “Fighting With My Family” has been pushed from Sept. 14, 2018 to March 1, 2019, MGM announced Friday.
Currently also slated for March 1 are “How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World,” “The Kid Who Would Be King” and “Chaos Walking.”
Lena Headey, Stephen Merchant, Jack Lowden, Nick Frost and Vince Vaughn also star in “Fighting With My Family,” which will be produced by Johnson’s Seven Bucks Productions, a venture the WWE Superstar-turned-movie star co-founded with Dany Garcia. Seven Bucks is partnering up with Misher Films, WWE Studios and Film 4 for the project.
Merchant is writing and directing the film which tells the story of WWE professional wrestler Paige (Florence Pugh).
The movie is inspired by the Channel 4 British documentary “The Wrestlers: Fighting With My Family.”
The release date move makes room for Boyd Holbrook’s “The Predator” and Blake Lively’s “A Simple Favor,” which also open wide on Sept. 14.
Johnson most recently starred in “Rampage” and will next star in Universal’s “Skyscraper.”