Courtesy : Variety
We continue to report about how one film, one TV show after the show continues to be delayed, cancelled or officially postponed owing to the Coronavirus Pandemic.
The latest to join the bandwagon is none other than Disney and Marvel's mega film, Black Widow.
The movie, which was set to hit theaters in North America on May 1, has been pushed to an undetermined future date. It is the long-awaited stand-alone on Scarlett Johansson's Black Widow superhero that also stars Florence Pugh and Rachel Weisz.
Disney also pushed back the releases of Searchlight Pictures' The Personal History of David Copperfield, starring Dev Patel and originally set for May 8, and 20th Century's Amy Adams-starrer Woman in the Window (originally set for May 15) from the calendar; future dates are to be determined.
Movie theaters are rapidly closing across the United States, especially in areas where cases of COVID-19 are proliferating.
Black Widow is the latest studio release to be pushed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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