One of the biggest movies of 2020, No Time To Die, was delayed by six months due to concerns around COVID-19. The delay of this movie has prompted questions about whether other studios will follow suit and push back their films. One company that will reportedly not do that is Disney.
Deadline reports that Disney has informed North American movie theatre chains that they are “staying the course” as it relates to the company’s release slate. This means that the MCU movie Black Widow remains on track to release on May 1.
The report states that there was a rumor that suggested Disney was thinking about delaying Black Widow until November 6, which is when another MCU movie, Eternals, was scheduled to release, which would push Eternals out to 2021. However, Deadline’s report indicates that is not the case.
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