“Black Widow” won’t see theaters anytime soon.
What’s going on:
- Marvel and Disney announced that “Black Widow” won’t be released on schedule due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to Variety.
- “Black Widow” was set to release on May 1, making it one of the blockbusters of summer 2020.
- A new release date has not been announced.
- Disney’s Searchlight banner postponed “The Personal History of David Copperfield” and “The Woman in the Window,” which were set to be released on May 8 and April 15, respectively. No release dates have been announced, according to Variety.
- Disney postponed the release of “Mulan,” “The New Mutants” and “Antlers,” too.
- Universal studios paused the release of “F9,” the ninth “Fast and Furious” film.
- MGM also stopped the release of “No Time to Die.”
- Paramount postponed “A Quiet Place 2.”