The impact coronavirus has been very large in the movie industry as the shutdown of many offices, production houses, shootings of many series and movies has been done. But this did not stop DC stop Batman from production.
DC is so firm of their schedule :
Justin Kroll, a well renowned Hollywood reporter has stated that DC is so firm with it’s Batman. The production of Batman is still in progress while Black Adam is scheduled for August and Aquaman 2 is as per scheduled for shooting next year in 2021.
Including Batman even Keanu Reeves starrer Matrix – 4 is also being shooting as per schedule without fearing the corona outburst.
The Batman is going to hit the theatres on June 25, 2021, while Black Adam is scheduled to release December 22, 2021, and Aquaman 2 on December 16 of 2022.
Many other shows also stopped :
The long-running series has stopped production on episode 21. Being a 25 episode season the shooting of the remaining episode will be presumed after April 1 by the amount of corona it has evolved.
Many series of shows and movies fall under this list of delays in shooting. They include Disney’s Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Mission Impossible 7, Netflix’s Grace and Frankie, Apple TV+’s The Morning Show, Riverdale, The Wendy Williams Show.
Even places like Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal Studios Resort are shut down due to the coronavirus threat.
Many offices and production houses were shut down :
In California, there are 198 people known to affected by COVID-19. Many agencies like Paramount Pictures and many talent agencies have ordered work from home. Nearly 1200 employees of United Talent Agency worldwide will work from home.
The agency also closed all of its physical offices. UTA’s CEO Jeremy Zimmer has said that it was a proactive decision that evolves the public health properly. As all are connected to it this decision is a wise one for everyone’s health to be safe.
He further said that many of us may not be in groups but we have friends in it. Now it is time for all of us to follow the science properly and behave with utmost responsibility in safeguarding all lives.