Lionsgate Moves ‘The Spy Who Dumped Me’ to August, ‘Madea Family Funeral’ to Fall 2018

“The Spy Who Dumped Me” will now compete against Sony’s “The Equalizer 2,” 20th Century Fox’s “The Predator,” Disney’s “Untitled Christopher Robin” film

Lionsgate has moved it’s Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon team-up “The Spy Who Dumped Me” to August 3, 2018. It was previously set for July 6, 2018. The studio has also moved ‘Madea Family Funeral’ deom August 3, 2018 to TBD Fall 2018.

“The Spy Who Dumped Me” will now compete against Sony’s “The Equalizer 2,” 20th Century Fox’s “The Predator,” Disney’s “Untitled Christopher Robin” film.

“The Spy Who Dumped Me” follows two best friends who end up in an international conspiracy after one’s ex turned out to be a spy. Susanna Fogel directed the film from a script she wrote with David Iserson. Brian Grazer and Imagine Entertainment produced.

McKinnon, probably best known for her Emmy-winning “SNL” portrayals including Hillary Clinton and Kellyanne Conway, was most recently on the big screen in Sony’s “Rough Night” along with Scarlett Johansson. McKinnon is also attached to DreamWorks’ “The Lunch Witch” and Fox’s “Women in Business.”

Kunis last appeared in STX’s “A Bad Moms Christmas,” a sequel to surprise summer hit “Bad Moms.” She will lend her voice to Paramount’s Nickelodeon-partnered animated film “Amusement Park” along with Matthew Broderick, Jennifer Garner and Jeffrey Tambor, which is slated for a July 13, 2018 release.

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