As film dates proceed to get rolled again as a consequence of COVID-19 issues, the 2020 launch schedules for main movie studios are being shuffled round. Disney beforehand delayed the releases of Black Widow and Mulan. Though many on social media clamored for the films to launch straight on streaming, the chance of that occuring has all the time been low. The chance of seeing Black Widow drop early on Disney Plus grew to become decrease when, Disney introduced on Friday afternoon that the films now have new launch dates later in 2020, with Mulan popping out on July 24 and Black Widow on Nov. 6.
With Black Widow taking the spot of The Eternals, that movie — which might’ve been the second Marvel Cinematic Universe film of 2020 — will get pushed to Feb. 12, 2021, and the entire slate of Phase 4 performs musical chairs.
Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, initially on the docket for February 2021, will get a brand new launch date of May 7, 2021, which pushes Doctor Strange within the Multiverse of Madness to Nov. 5, 2021. Thor: Love and Thunder, which was set for November 2021, will get bumped to Feb. 18, 2022.
Disney has eliminated the untitled Marvel undertaking slated for February 2022 from its lineup completely, however revealed the second untitled Marvel undertaking to be Captain Marvel 2, and bumped it up from July 29, 2022, to July 8 of the identical yr. (That’s as a result of the fifth Indiana Jones movie is now scheduled for Captain Marvel 2’s unique date.)
The final yr wherein just one MCU film hit theaters was 2012, when the primary Avengers film got here out.