‘Black Widow’ Release Date was cancelled after Coronavirus Pandemic, we have its new Release Date, Cast, Plot and other detail. The entertainment landscape underwent a massive change near the end of March 2020.
‘Black Widow’ was cancelled because of Coronavirus Pandemic
Major tentpole films planned for April, May, and June are all tentatively working out new release timetables. Some got the jump on things, such as James Bond’s No Time To Die, which rescheduled to Thanksgiving, or another Fast & Furious film rescheduling to 2021.
But for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, moving Phase 4’s initial installment was a bit more complicated. In the end, Dark Widow’s new launch date will even proceed to November, but that’s only the start.
The New Release Date of Black Widow
The fantastic news is that Black Widow will come from 2020. It has been moved to Nov. 6, 2020, a date Disney already had staked out with very little competition from other franchises, as it was the projected launch date for another movie to follow in the MCU franchise, The Eternals.
But even so, the six-month delay for Black Widow is a set back for a film certain segments of the fandom already see as coming five decades too late. In addition, it breaks a streak that the MCU had prided itself on, releasing multiple films a year each year because 2013.
Black Widow’s move back to November means 2020 is going to be the first year since 2012 that the Marvel Cinematic Universe has only published a single title.
The 18-month stretch between Avengers: Endgame and Black Widow is the longest break between Marvel movies since 2008’s The Incredible Hulk and 2010’s Iron Man 2. Even counting Sony’s MCU entry, Spider-Man: Far From Home, the 14-month gap stays the longest since Phase 1.
But Black Widow’s move to November will have massive consequences to the lineup for the MCU. The franchise’s whole deal is that everything hangs together. Events in 1 movie have effects for the following, even if the characters in the two movies haven’t met yet.
MCU Other Movies in Phase-4
For the big-screen entries, this will not be a problem, as all the MCU movies are only bumping down a spot. The Eternals will move down to Shang-Chi & The Legend of the Ten Rings’ original February launch date, Shang-Chi takes over Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ May release slot, and so forth.
But Phase 4 is also supposed to bring a new spin. For the first time since Marvel’s Representatives of S.H.I.E.L.D.’s first time, what happens about the big-screen was supposed to have consequences on the small.
The launching of Disney+ series such as Falcon & The Winter Soldier and WandaVision represented the MCU’s philosophical story crossing between visual mediums in a significant way. Currently, both series have tentative release windows of August and December 2020, respectively.
Black Widow Trailer
Falcon & The Winter Soldier hasn’t finished filming, therefore it can yet be both streaming series is going to be postponed to coincide with their big-screen counterparts. If so, Marvel fans will be waiting a long time for the Mightiest Heroes of Earth to reunite.
Black Widow will eventually reach theaters on Nov. 6, 2020.