With the premiere of “We Get Married” this week, there are a number of theories circulating about the fate of the beloved musical.
On one hand, the show is scheduled to end in March, and the show has been running for almost three decades, so the final season will likely end soon after its premiere.
The show’s producers, Sony Music and Broadway, were also hoping to make a movie before its scheduled March 25, 2019 premiere, and that could happen.
But on Wednesday, the producers announced that they were delaying the film, but they did not announce any other details about the film’s release date.
A spokeswoman for Sony Music declined to comment on the delay.
On the other hand, there is another possibility that the show will end on its own, without the film.
The producers told The Hollywood Reporter that they wanted to make sure the film was “not rushed into release” and that they had been trying to reach out to filmmakers and producers who might be interested in producing it.
They said that they also wanted to get the film to the public as soon as possible, and so they were considering a theatrical release.
But, according to the Hollywood Reporter, the producer did not specify when the film might come to theaters, and a spokesperson for Sony didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.
On Thursday, The Hollywood Journal reported that the producers were still exploring other options.
“We are still actively exploring the possibility of going to theaters as early as next year,” the source said.
“But this has not been ruled out at all.”
The Hollywood Business reported on Monday that the network had already signed a deal with Warner Bros. Pictures and Paramount Pictures to produce a theatrical version of “The Lion King.”
The story said the movie was set for release in 2019, but that the production schedule was still up in the air.