A source says 'extensive visual effects work and complicated flight scenes' are to blame for the postponement.
The '30 Rock' alum has cited scheduling conflicts for his decision to exit the project.
'Tennessee Whiskey The Musical: The Story of Dean Dillon' will follow the early years of the singer's life, chronicling his rise to fame and his struggles with addiction.
Tony Award winner Jerry Zaks will serve as the musical's director, with John O'Farrell and Karey Kirkpatrick writing the book.
The Golden Globe-winning actress is simply elegant in an asymmetrical black dress while posing with director Pierre Morel and her co-stars.
Recalling the moment before they shoot the scene, the 'Twilight' star says, 'All I’m ever thinking about in kissing scenes is, 'Who has gum? Who has a mint?' '
The veteran 'The Who' star has been developing the project about his late bandmate since 2013.
The movie's star-studded cast includes Jeff Bridges, Dakota Johnson and Jon Hamm, who play guests at a rundown hotel with a dark past.
Taylor is hired to replace Newton as director for the upcoming action movie, after Newton exited the project over backlash about his domestic violence charges.
The 'Hunger Games' actor and the 'Moonrise Kingdom' star join Austin Abrams, Austin Zajur and Zoe Colletti in the adaptation of Alvin Schwartz's young adult novel series.
It's currently unknown whether the Brit actor's new movie role or even if he'll play a hero or villain in the next 'Star Wars' film.
A source says the movie had to reshoot because Disney bosses didn't feel their existing footage was authentic enough.
The 'Horrible Bosses' actress looks beautiful in her white floral mini dress as she strolls the city's streets with the 'Grown Ups' actor.
The actress, who is known for her role in 'Ranchi Diaries', is beyond happy to be a part of the project, describing it as a 'dream coming true' situation.
The Emmy-winning 'The Handmaid's Tale' director is among those considered frontrunners to helm the new franchise.
The 'Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald' actor tries to play it cool after he was left out during the visit to the fictional school for the filming of the upcoming sequel.
The action movie star is always up to doing his own stunts in the 'Mission: Impossible' films, including the latest installment 'Fallout'.
The '30 Rock' alum joins the movie's all-star cast that includes Joaquin Phoenix in the title role, Robert De Niro, Frances Conroy, Marc Maron and Zazie Beetz.
The actor says he is willing to return to play the titular character if fans respond well to the film.
The suggested post-credit scene idea reunites Chris Evans' character with his love interest Peggy Carter (Hayley Atwell).