Mulan will be released in July, and Black Widow in November by the coronavirus | The Popular, daily unbiased Puebla


After a few weeks of delays and
of premieres in Hollywood by the pandemic of the coronavirus, Disney announced this Friday the
new Mulan come to the great
the screen July 24 and that Black Widowwith Scarlett Johansson as the starwill November 6.

These two changes leave two
collateral victims
: Jungle Cruise,
with Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt
it was going to premiere this July and now it
delayed until July 30, 2021
; and Eternalsthat with Angelina
Jolie and Salma Hayek
I was going to see the light the November 6 and now it is postponed
until the 12 of February 2021

Like pieces of dominoes, these changes have altered from top to bottom the complex calendar of movies
Marvel Studios

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With this new planning, Shang-Chi
and the Legend of the Ten Rings
you can see from the May 7, 2021, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness passed to the November 5, 2021and Thor: Love And Thunder you will be left with
the February 18, 2022.

On the other hand, Artemis Fowl,
one of the few releases of may that had not yet been suspended, you will disembark directly on the platform

The giant Mickey Mouse also unveiled several delays in the catalogue of Fox.

Free Guyled by Ryan Reynoldsit goes from the 3 July to 11 December.

The French Dispatchthe new job Wes Andersonchanges the premiere of the July 24 for a launch in the October 16,.

And the fifth installment of Indiana
that he James Mangold,
not you will land in theaters until the 29th
July of 2022
then , a year later than planned.

Disney still missing parts
to fit in this puzzle
since tapes are deferred as The New Mutants or The Woman in the Window still have no new release date.

The huge list of delayed releases by the pandemic, including movies
other studies, such as No Time to Die
(James Bond) F9 (Fast & Furious),
Top Gun Maverick, Wonder Woman 1984, Ghostbusters: Afterlife or To
Quiet Place, Part II