Will the coronavirus to the premieres of ‘Mulan’, ‘Black Widow’ and ‘Fast & Furious 9’?


The news about the coronavirus do not stop, nor in regard to the entertainment industry. If yesterday we knew that the ‘No time to die’, the new installment of ‘007: James Bond’, is delayed from April to November, today we know that it could not be the only one. Movies opening in the next few months as a ‘Black Widow’ , ‘Mulan’ or ‘Fast & Furious 9’ might reconsider your release date.

Black Widow

In Deadline a review of the various rumors and ensure that Disney is not intended to delay the date of the tape Marvel starring Scarlett Johansson. In any case, what was rumored was that if the ‘Black Widow’ is delayed, would the date of ‘Eternals’, and this to 2021, but does not seem to the plan. In terms of ‘Fast & Furious 9’, by the time Universal has said officially that it does not move its date is fixed on 22 may. ‘Mulan’, the other big film that could be affected, it will reconsider its premiere. Via Variety we know that it will not move its date in the united States but yes it will in other foreign markets where would have more problems. Without a doubt one of them is China, the country most affected by the healthcare crisis and at the same time one of the markets in which Disney more box you expect to do with this remake.

Until Baby Yoda might be affected

As has been communicated to the CNN Jim Silver, CEO of Toys, Tots, Pets & More the production of toys Baby Yoda has not been affected directly, but estimated to reduce to between 5 and 10%. Despite this, it is considered prudent and will wait until June or July to see if it’s delayed its launch, “if things have not returned to normal for June and July, there will be shortage in the repertoire of toys”.

  Baby Yoda

So you see, the coronavirus has made the large producers and distributors to begin to consider the projects of this year. This is about something more economic than anything else, but seen seen it of time almost all will remain as they are.