Disney is reportedly planning to delay the release date of two new films initially to hit theaters this November.
The studio is again considering delaying the release of Marvel’s “Black Widow”, which was to hit theaters on November 6, according to Variety, citing multiple sources with knowledge of the situation. The film was initially scheduled to be released in May. However, in March, the Walt Disney Company revealed that it was clearing its May release, which included the Marvel film after theaters closed around the country due to the Coronair epidemic.
Warner Bros. DELATS ‘The Batman’ 2021 please for 4 months
Pixar’s “Soul” is still scheduled to release on November 20, but sources told Variety that Disney is considering releasing it on the company’s streaming service, Disney +. According to Variety, a Disney insider has disputed those claims.
Potential delays have been reported that the studio is not confident that current box-office returns can sustain its big-budget release in the current environment.
Christopher Nolan’s “Principles” “New Delhi”; No new date announced
In fact, attempting to get theaters back into theaters during the epidemic has proved difficult.
According to Box Office Mojo figures, Warner Bros. announced last week that its next major release was being delayed, after “Wonder Woman 1984”, “Tenet”, grossed nearly $ 29.5 million by December.
Some believed it was as good as possible, given the circumstances, and indicated that viewers would follow the new release in theaters.
The sequel to “Wonder Woman” was initially scheduled to be released in theaters on 2 October.
Click here to get the Fox News app