According to a new report, fears of Coronavirus will not prevent Natasha Romanoff from making a Solo Marvel feature debut this May. Deadline has confirmed that Disney currently has no plans to push the release of Black Widow back after news earlier this week that Daniel Craig swansong the highly anticipated Jens Bond, no time to die, planned his April slot Will be leaving for November.
Due to film theaters closing in international markets where films like Black Widow stand to make a big part of the changes during their global rollout, some thought Disney would make its first MCU installment since last summer’s Spider-Man Will follow suit in: Away from Home – and its first fully controlled project since Avengers: Endgame released the first box office in 2019 Broke the record – wait for the passage of the growing Coronavirus panic, but it will be “business as usual” when it comes to impending studio release plans pretty much across the board, May F9 and June Wonder Woman of 1979 Does not move as well.
“If theaters are not closed in North America, I don’t know why you would pull your film,” Comscore senior media analyst Paul Dergarabedian told the site but acknowledged that “the studio is liable, agile and if need be Will be willing to move titles around. “
Dergarabedian Blumhouse and Leah Whannell cited Surprise Horror as a reason why studios would not feel too cautious about moving the release date around yet as The Invisible Man struck.
“The Invisible Man performed more; he told, people went to the movies, and that was after a lot of headlines about the coronavirus.” Since then, there have been more cases reported in North America, and so this weekend, if further, which way As Se and Emma hope to perform, that’s good news. And let’s keep in mind, not a single movie theater in North America is closed due to this situation. People are still moving to multiplexes.
As it stands, Black Widow is set to open on May 1, with a lot of fans curious about the ultimate nature of Marvel’s new standalone action flick. While Cate Shortland’s film is a prequel that takes place around the time of Captain America: Civil War, when a lot of the Avengers were still running, it would be interesting to see if, or how, the story changes the MCU timeline, and wonders. Mastermind Kevin Feige teased as H There are things that Natasha does in Infinity War and Endgame that we will see “in a new light” once we see the Black Widow for herself Is.
More about any future release date changes as we hear them is related to Coronavirus or not.
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