'Wonder Woman 1984' and 'Black Widow' could be delayed again by the COVID-19 crisis - 3Movierulz

copyright'Wonder Woman 1984' and 'Black Widow' could be delayed again by the COVID-19 crisis - 3Movierulz

The upcoming DC Comics and Marvel Studios films one with Gal Gadot and one with Scarlett Johansson meditate on jumping to another date. But what does it mean for 'Dune'?

The coronavirus pandemic in the US has been found in the United States. And with theaters in New York Los Angeles and San Francisco still closed Warner Bros. and Disney would be thinking of delaying again the 1984 Wonder Woman premieres of Patty Jenkins and Black Widow of Cate Shortland respectively. This has been communicated by sources linked to the world of the exhibition to the Deadline. Remember that for the moment the sequel starring Wonder Woman is dated October 2 while Natasha Romanoff's film would debut on the 30th of the same month in Spain.

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Always according to the aforementioned medium Wonder Woman 1984 - with Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Kristen Wiig, and Pedro Pascal - would move from October 2 to November or possibly December of this year. If so the movement of Warner Bros. and DC Comics film would affect Denis Villeneuve's Dune now noted for December 18 and could occupy a new date sometime in 2021.

Christopher Nolan's Tenet which currently grosses more than $152 million worldwide would be another reason why the studio would be considering postponing the arrival in Wonder Woman's rooms. Cinemas in New York and Los Angeles are not expected to resume normality until late September or early October and the owner of the Lasso of Truth although belonging to the same studio would be a tough co-editor for the 'thriller' with temporary investments.

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About Black Widow with Scarlett Johansson, Florence Pugh, Rachel Weisz, and David Harbour, Deadline cites "murmurs" not confirmed by Disney that augur a potential postponement of the long over the Russian superopia. In the U.S., the US has not The U.S. is currently on the calendar for November 6 and if you jump to another box Wonder Woman 1984 might well take her place. But what if Black Widow also ends up premiering on the Disney+ streaming platform as has happened to Niki Caro's Mulan and how is it believed to happen to Pixar's Soul? See.

Source: Deadline.


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