Upcoming fantasy flick Damsel starring Millie Bobby Brown has been delayed.
Netflix has bumped the film along with five others in a release date shake up following the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes.
Damsel stars Brown as Princess Elodie – a fairytale princess who was set to marry a prince until she finds out it was all a clever trap.
“She is thrown into a cave with a fire-breathing dragon and must rely solely on her wits and will to survive,” reads the official synopsis.
Damsel was due to be released on Netflix on October 13 this year, but according to What’s On Netflix, the film has been delayed with a new release date yet to be confirmed.
Unfortunately, it’s not the only Netflix film getting held back.
Other titles delayed by Netflix include A Family Affair starring Zac Effron and Nicole Kidman, Kevin Hart comedy Lift, and Players starring Damon Wayans Jr. and Gina Rodrigues.
Additionally, Shirley Chisholm biopic Shirley starring Regina King, and Adam Sandler’s Spaceman have also been pushed back.
Although Netflix is yet to comment on the delays, the news comes amid the ongoing Hollywood strikes, which are thought to be at least partially responsible.
Damsel stars Brown alongside Nick Robinson, Angela Bassett, and Ray Winstone.
Of course, Damsel isn’t the only project featuring Millie Bobby Brown that’s been delayed – the fifth season of Stranger Things has also been affected by the ongoing strikes.
At the moment, it’s unclear whether any additional projects will be delayed. Both the WGA and SAG-AFTRA are yet to reach an agreement with the AMPTP, and the strikes are thought to continue on in the coming months.
How this will affect Netflix’s release schedule remains to be seen.