Swine Flu Terminates ‘Salvation's' Release Date In Mexico

John Connor might be humanity's only hope in a fight against evil machines bent on taking over the world – but he's apparently no match for the swine flu.

But fear not fans in Mexico – he'll be back!

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According to The Hollywood Reporter, "Terminator Salvation" has pushed back its Mexico release date to July 31 due to the outbreak.

The latest "Terminator" movie, starring Christian Bale, was scheduled to debut on June 5 in Mexico.

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"Like everyone, we have been closely monitoring the situation in Mexico all week, and we continue to be extremely concerned about this health crisis," a rep for Sony told the mag.

Sony also announced plans to move Tom Hank's "Angels & Demons" south of the border debut from May 15 to June 12.

As previously reported on AccessHollywood.com, Hugh Jackman's "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" was also delayed due to the swine flu outbreak in Mexico, along with the "Star Trek" reboot.

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According to the mag, "Wolverine" is tentatively scheduled to open on May 14 in Mexico and "Star Trek's" release date has not been determined.

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