Six Film Delays Release due to Coronavirus

Six Film Delays Release due to Coronavirus
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Coronavirus outbreaks also have an impact on the world of global entertainment. As a result of the coronavirus, Six film scheduled to premiere in the near future have been postponed.

No Time No Die became the first film to be postponed due to a coronavirus outbreak in various countries. After No Time No Die announced the postponement of its release, several other films followed. Next, a list of films that were postponed.

1. No Time To Die:

The latest James Bond film, No Time To Die was officially postponed from April to November 2020. MGM, Eon, and Universal made the decision because of the coronavirus.

No Time No Die has been rescheduled for release on November 25, 2020. Previously, this film also had a delay in airing twice.

No Time to Die was originally released in November 2019 but was postponed to February. Shortly afterward MGM rescheduled again to April before finally becoming November 2020.

2. A Quite Place part II:

The next film which was postponed was A Quite Place part II. The screening of the film was announced by director John Krasinki through Instagram.

Different from No Time No Die which has announced the date of re-release, A Quiet Place has not done that. Previously, the film starring Emily Blunt was scheduled to air on March 8, 2020.

“Because of the ever-changing circumstances of what is happening in the world around us. Now is not the right time to do that. I will wait to release this film, “wrote John Krasinki on his Instagram.

3. Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway:

Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway adds to the long list of films that were postponed due to the corona outbreak. The sequel from Peter Rabbit is rescheduled on August 7, 2020.

The schedule is delayed by about 5 months. Previously, Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway was scheduled to air at the end of March 2020.

4. Fast and Furious 9:

Scheduled to air on May 22, 2020, Fast and Furious must be postponed due to the coronavirus. The film, directed by Justin Lin, has to postpone approximately one year to air in April 2021.

5. Mulan:

Disney officially postponed the screening of Mulan because the cinema was anticipating the coronavirus. Currently, the cinema is looking for a new schedule for the release of Mulan, which initially premiered on March 27, 2020.

6. The New Mutants:

The New Mutant was also postponed by Disney again. The film was directed by Josh Boone originally scheduled to air on April 3, 2020. However, after being postponed there was no new schedule set.

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