The announcement of the new calendar of premieres of Disney’s drastic changes due to the coronavirus has significantly affected one of its greatest bastions: the Movie Universe Marvel. The study of the successful movies of superheroes announced a few days ago, that ‘Black widow’ deferred its premiereinitially thought of for the 30 of April in our country.
The film starring Scarlett Johansson has a new release date already, and brings consequences for the whole of Phase 4 of the UCM. ‘Black widow’ will be released in cinemas on November 6, and with this change all the other movies delayed their arrival to the halls. ‘Eternals’, which was the other big premiere of the study to 2020, now will come the 12 of February of 2021. This is the schedule of premieres of Marvel with the changes:
‘Black widow’: November 6, 2020 (prior to April 30, 2020)
‘Eternals’: February 12, 2021 (prior to November 6)
‘Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings’: may 7, 2021 (prior to February 12, 2021)
‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’: November 5, 2021 (prior to 7 may 2021)
‘Thor: Love and Thunder’: February 18, 2022 (prior to November 5, 2021)
‘Black Panther 2’: may 6, 2022
‘Captain Marvel 2’: July 8, 2022
Film Marvel not announced: October 7, 2022
The last film of the UCM that we saw in cinemas was ‘Spider-Man: Far from home’ in the summer of 2019. We face a period of drought marvelita longer since the gap between ‘The incredible Hulk’ (2008) and ‘Iron Man 2’ (2010). But 2021 will be a year of madness for fans with up to four possible premiersif ‘Spider-Man 3’ (which depends on Sony) arrives on time, but with all these modifications were expected to delay also in its premiere.
What will happen with the series?
You have not said anything that is of the series from the UCM to Disney+. The filming of all are paralyzed by the pandemicbut some of them were well shot and even were ahead of their premieres slightly. But if some of the frames affect the other movies (as they say in ‘WandaVision’ and ‘Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness’), it is possible to also see its debut postponed. The first to arrive will be ‘The Falcon and The Winter Soldier’, which is set to release August of this year.