Disney gives Black Widow and other Marvel movies new release dates

Disney and its subsidiaries continue to adjust the release date schedule of upcoming films.

Due to the coronavirus epidemic, several Hollywood studios have been forced to indefinitely postpone productions, initially set to hit summer theaters this spring. Now, Disney is providing more clarity on when some Disney, Marvel and Fox movies will finally premiere.

Here is a complete list of upcoming Disney and Marvel movies and premiere dates.

When are the new Marvel movies?

  • Black Widow release date: theater openings on November 6, 2020

Black Widow's delay has caused several other Marvel titles to be pushed back months from their original release date.

  • Eternal release date: Opening in theaters on February 12, 2021
  • Shang-Chi release date: openings in theaters on May 7, 2021
  • Doctor Strange 2 Release date: openings in theaters on November 5, 2021
  • Thor: Love and Thunder release date: openings in theaters on February 18, 2022
  • Black Panther 2 Release Date: openings in theaters on May 6, 2022
  • Captain Marvel 2 Release Date: theater openings on July 8, 2022

When will Disney release new movies?

  • Artemis Fowl release date: Premiere on Disney+ Summer 2020
  • Mulan date of release: Opening in theaters on July 25, 2020

When Fox new films?

  • Free Guy Release Date: Opening in theaters on December 11, 2020
  • The Jungle Book release date: theater openings July 30, 2021

Are there any other films being delayed?

In terms of films coming from the Walt Disney Company, yes, there are other projects that have been delayed.

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Disney's fifth untitled Indiana Jones has been delayed from 2021 to July 29, 2022. The Jungle Studio Cruise has been pushed back by a year, to July 30, 2021. Meanwhile, Disney-owned Spotlight Photography delayed French shipments from July until October 16, 2020. Oh, and The New Mutant Fox doesn't have a new release date, but Pixar Soul is still set for June 20th.

How does this affect Hollywood?

There are, as of this writing, over one million cases of the novel coronavirus, the virus that causes the respiratory illness known as COVID-19. It is rapidly spreading around the world and is currently a pandemic with over 50 deaths. Governments around the world have thus mandated quarantines, forcing movie theaters in every city, state and country to shut down.

Therefore, the vast majority of productions have been postponed and must be rescheduled. Every title needs to maximize cinemas around the world, or we suspect that their studios and distributors will suffer catastrophic losses.

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