Sadly, there’s no mention of a potential release date, as Emancipation’s bidding war took place against the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic. With that particular complication, it’s probably difficult to scope out just when Antoine Fuqua and Will Smith will be able to get things into motion and make this harrowing story of historic escape. And there’s of course the obvious stumbling block of the current film on Smith’s plate, the tennis biopic King Richard, needing to be completed for its November 19, 2021 release.

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