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Such an extraordinary shock – coronavirus affected fundamentally all of our life and of course and the entertainment industry this year. As a result many of the main movies had been postponed, some of them canceled. And this situation still continues to change. The schedules for 2020 got into mess. Delays affected even the biggest movies such as Marvel’s Black Widow, James Bond thriller No Time to Die, Wonder Woman 1984F9Mulan, and A Quiet Place Part 2. Even in this difficult time for Entertainment many of the major movies have newly updated premiere dates.

We know that for the healthy and for safety reasons people around the world struggle of lockdown. But they also need entertainment for mental health in this period. These movie cancelations affect all people’s expectations and also the strict planned film schedules in the film producers. But here’s how the new release dates stack up:


(Release date – June 19)

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For now Pixar sticking to its planned early summer release date. But if the pandemic situation continues Disney has so many films in the schedule and it’ll struggle to find a new slot for Soul in case the theaters remain closed.  

Original release date: Unchanged

(Release date – July 17)

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Not so different is the situation for Christopher Nolan’s time-twisting thriller Tenet – also stuck to its planned date. But depends of the theaters if they are open again in July, audiences may still be careful of massive attendance. 

Original release date: Unchanged

Wonder Woman 1984
(Release date – Aug. 14)

Wonder Woman 1984
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The chances for Wonder Woman 1984 are good for August. Warner Bros announced that Wonder Wom it was predictable that the DC comics sequel would have to delay from its planned June release date.

Original release date: June 2020

Bill and Ted Face the Music
(Release date – Aug. 21)

Original release date: Unchanged

Monster Hunter
(Release date – Sept. 4)

Original release date: Unchanged

The King’s Man
(Release date – Sept. 18)

Original release date: Unchanged

Without Remorse
(Release date – Sept. 18)

Original release date: Unchanged

(Release date – Sept. 25)

New date – September, for this horror remake directed by Nia DaCosta and written by Jordan Peele.

Original release date: June 12, 2020

(Release date – Oct. 2)

Original release date: Unchanged

The French Dispatch
(Release date – Oct. 16)

Original release date: July

Halloween Kills
(Release date – Oct. 16)

Original release date: Unchanged

Black Widow

(Release date – Nov. 6)

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Marvel’s Black Widow has been pushed back to Nov. 6. It was so difficult for Disney to stop changing the dates for this production. Originally scheduled for May 1, in March Disney says another unspecified date. Then on April 3 Black Widow the confirmation was that would debut this November.

Original release date: May 1, 2020

Red Notice
(Release date – Nov. 13)

Original release date: Unchanged

No Time to Die
(Release date – Nov. 25)

This production directed by Cary Fukunaga and co-written by Phoebe Waller-Bridge experienced a lot of bad luck. First lost its original director and changed its release date twice. There was a huge worries if the closure of many theaters around the globe due to coronavirus cause low income and harm box office takings in international markets. This major movie was the first one worldwide who was postponed because of the Coronavirus. First premiere for UK is plainned to be on Nov. 12. For USA – the date is Nov. 25.

Original release date: April 2020

Godzilla vs Kong
(Release date – Nov. 20)

Original release date: Unchanged

Raya and the Last Dragon
(Release date – Nov. 25)

Original release date: Unchanged

Free Guy

(Release date – Dec. 11)

More easy is the situation for the Video game-themed action comedy starring Ryan Reynolds. The released date is postponed for December.

Original release date: July 3, 2020

West Side Story
(Release date – Dec. 18)

Original release date: Unchanged

Coming 2 America
(Release date – Dec. 18)

Original release date: Unchanged

(Release date – Dec. 18)

Original release date: Unchanged

Top Gun: Maverick
(Release date – Dec. 23)

Ironically waiting for over 30 years for a sequel to the original 1986 Top Gun, several months more waiting is not big deal.
From April, then June, the last release date is expected to be in December.

Original release date: June 24, 2020

Other movies

Of course, many other movies were affected, many canceled. Here are some of the smaller studio movies, indie, and kids’ films.

  • Praise This
  • The Lovebirds
  • The Artist’s Wife
  • Blue Story
  • The Truth
  • Run Sweetheart Run
  • Scoob
  • Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway
  • Antebellum
  • Promising Young Woman
  • The Climb
  • The Secret Garden
  • Rocks
  • Deerskin
  • First Cow
  • In the Heights
  • The Woman in the Window
  • Les Misérables
  • Malignant
  • The Uncertain Kingdom
  • Wicked
  • The Personal History of David Copperfield


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