Gorillas, the latest sequel to the Oscar-winning movie about a gorilla named Louie, will open in theaters in the United States in June, Warner Bros. announced on Wednesday.
The movie, starring Charlie Hunnam as Louie and Paul Dano as the gorilla’s caretaker, was originally scheduled to open in September.
It will also be the first movie in the series since 2009’s The Jungle Book.
The Jungle Book 2 will be released on June 22, 2018, and is slated for a global opening in the $75 million-$100 million range.
The original, a $1.8 billion hit in the U.S., opened in October.
It’s not the first time Gorillas has opened in the states.
In 2015, the film was directed by Sam Mendes and starred the likes of Tom Hiddleston, Amy Adams, Jeff Bridges, and Matt Damon.