Black Widow Updates: The Marvel fans are anticipating the release of the Black Widow, but the question that arises here is, will Disney cancel the release of the movie amid the Coronavirus pandemic? We still don’t have an answer to this question.
The pandemic has put a lot of activities to a halt; we wish the things to normalize as soon as possible. This year will be the first year since 2009 when there will be no Marvel Cinematic Universe film release.
Black Widow was originally set to hit the theatres on May 1, 2020, but the plans changed. David Harbour, who plays played the character of Alexei Shostakov/Red Guardian, posted on his Instagram handle in which he is apologizing to the fans for the delay of the movie.
Black Widow Updates
He also mentioned that the fans have to wait for May 2021 to get to watch the movie. This implies that not only the fans but the cast is also upset due to the delay in the premiere of the movie.
With the delay in the release of the Black Widow, the studio has also announced that the remake of Mulan and The New Mutants will also be delayed. With uncertainty in the release dates of the action remakes, the horror film Antler has also been postponed.
In a statement, a Disney spokesperson said, “As you know, this has been a rapidly evolving situation, and I wanted to make you aware that we are postponing the release of Mulan, The New Mutants, and Antler out of an abundance of caution.
Is Marvel Planning To Cancel The Release?
We truly believe in the movie-going experience, and we are looking forward to new potential 2020 release dates to be announced at a later date”. The announcement of the delay in the release dates has made the Marvel fans thing about the premiere of the most awaited Black Widow.
Waiting for the Black Widow is very hard for the fans, but the trailer indicates that the wait is worth more than this. Let’s admit it that after a long wait watching the movie will be much more fun and interesting for all the Marvel fans. So, be patient and wait for having the best experience ahead.