After a year of delay finally Clifford the Big Red Dog release date was announced by Paramount +, The release schedule for November 10 in theaters and on Paramount+ Globally. The film follows a little girl called Emily Elizabeth (Darby Camp) when she adopts a tiny red dog, which is based on author Norman Bridwell’s children’s story of the same name. Clifford, on the other hand, transforms into a gigantic dog one night, attracting the attention of everyone in New York City.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the film was initially scheduled to be released on November 13, 2020, but was pushed back to November 5, 2021. The film’s release date was subsequently moved out to September 17, 2021, with the global premiere scheduled for the 2021 Toronto International Film Festival. However, owing to mounting fears about the COVID-19 pandemic, the premiere was postponed in July 2021, and Clifford the Big Red Dog was pulled from the distribution schedule. At the time, no release date had been established, leaving Paramount Pictures to decide what to do with the picture.
The film will now be released a week after Eternals and before Ghostbusters: Afterlife and King Richard. Clifford the Big Red Dog is currently the only wide-release film slated to premiere that weekend, but Kenneth Branagh’s Belfast will be released in restricted cinemas. Clifford The Strong Red Dog will compete alongside Disney+’s Home Sweet Home Alone and Netflix’s Red Notice and Tick, Tick…Boom! on November 12, 2021, in a big week for streaming released films. Source THR.