Coronavirus: All films had to postpone their world premieres

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The current pandemic of coronavirus it has affected many movie studios, that have been seen in the need to postpone the premiere of your tape is scheduled for march and April.

Coronavirus: All films had to postpone their world premieres

All the films that have been postponed for the coronavirus

Giants of the entertainment industry such as Disney, Paramount, Fox Studios – now part of the conglomerate Disney -, among others have decided to postpone the launch worldwide of their tapes.

Because many cinemas in several countries are closed as part of the prevention measures to prevent the coronavirus continue to spread, as well as the fear of the public to leave their homes, the studios have decided not to release in cinemas of the world and their productions:

A Place in Silence 2

Paramount Pictures, the global launch was scheduled for this march 18.

Mulan

Walt Disney Studios was scheduled for its world premiere this march 27.

Peter Rabbit 2

Sony, its world premiere was to be on the 27th of march.

James Bond: No Time to Die

MGM and Universal Studios, its release date was the 2nd of April.

The New Mutants

20th Century Studios, its world premiere was scheduled for April 3.

The Lovebirds

Paramount Pictures, its premiere was scheduled for April 3.

Antlers

Of Searchlight Studios, had a world premiere scheduled for the 17th of April.

Slay the Dragon

Magnolia Pictures, the documentary was scheduled to premiere on April 27.

Fast and Furious 9

Of Universal Pictures, its world premiere was scheduled for may 20.

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