The season is approaching for blockbuster movies to hit the theaters. And this year on paper could have been one of the best when it came to major releases. But due to COVID-19, the scene is changing by the hour. Four major movies are having their release date pushed back.
The latest with Bond, James Bond was slated to hit theaters on April 10th. But studios pushed back No Time to Die to November.
The latest in the Fast and Furious franchise, F9 would be on the big screen nationwide on May 22nd, but will now be released nationwide on April 2, 2021.
The sequel to the hit A Quiet Place has been postponed by Paramount.
And the recent movie to have their date pushed back is the live action version of Mulan. Disney is currently looking for a new date for the film based on the animated classic.