Paramount’s upcoming Animation’s ‘Rumble’ movie’s released date move to next year, 2022. This news is confirmed by Variety. This animated Rumble movie is directed by Hamish Grieve. This is another recent movie update, whose release has been postponed. The release date of this movie has been decided by Paramount Studios in view of the outbreak of the epidemic. However, the original release date for the Rumble movie was July 31, 2020. Then its release was postponed till November 2020, then Rumble Movie was received on January 29 in the year 2021. Now the situation is going on with Kovid-19, the release date of this movie has been postponed for a year straight.

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New Release date of Rumble movie

Now, Rumble movie is set to release on Feb. 18, 2022. Hamish Grieve is directing this movie, and it is being produced by WWE StudiosReel FX Creative StudiosWalden MediaParamount Animation. Rumble movie is also produced by Mark Bakshi and Brad Booker. The screenplay is written by Hamish Grieve and Matt Leiberman. The voice to Rumble’s movie characters by famous WWE superstar Becky Lynch and Roman Reigns. Other stars who gives voice to Rumble movie’s characters are, Terry Crews, Stephen A. Smith , Geraldine Viswanathan, Ben Schwartz, Jimmy Tatro, Tony Danza, Susan Kelechi Watson and Charles Barkley.

Rumble movie is based on Monster on The Hill graphic novel by Rob Harrell. The trailer of this movie was released last year in February, 2020.

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