The big-screen version of Norman Bridwell’s popular children’s book has been formally postponed from a September release date.
Clifford, the Big Red Dog, has been formally withdrawn from its September release date due to immense fears over the COVID-19 delta variant.
The revised release date for Walt Baker’s picture, which was initially scheduled for September 17, is unconfirmed.
Clifford, the Big Red Dog, is a big-screen version of Norman Bridwell’s famous children’s book series about a 25-foot-tall red dog and his owner, a little girl called Emily Elizabeth.
Darby Camp plays Emily Elizabeth, and the film also stars Jack Whitehall, John Cleese, and Tony Hale. Since 2000, a popular animated Clifford series has aired on PBS.
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