The release of Marvel’s Black Widow has been postponed in reaction to the coronavirus pandemic. Disney decided to announce they were pushing back the film’s release Tuesday, almost a week after delaying plans for their summer tent-pole Mulan. The Scarlet Johansson-fronted film was originally set for a May 1st 2020 debut. On hold: Disney has decided to postpone the release of Marvel’s Black Widow in reaction to the coronavirus pandemic Before the ongoing crisis, BoxOfficePro originally estimated the film would have a $115million opening weekend. Another prominent Marvel/Disney release, the X-Men installment The New Mutants, was postponed earlier this month. The delay of Black Widow’s release comes after Marvel shut down production on three of its upcoming Disney Plus TV shows: The Falcon And The Winter Soldier, Loki and WandaVision. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Sebastian Stan takes immense precautions to combat the… Tom Hiddleston returns as the God of Mischief as he films… Scarlett Johansson dons VERY long dramatic eyelashes for… Black Widow final trailer: Scarlett Johansson vows to end… Share this article Share 709 shares All three of the shows were currently filming, though there is no word on when production may resume, according to Variety. Shut down: Marvel has just shut… Read full this story
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