Two major blockbusters set for this year are due for further delays, as Disney looks set to push back both Black Widow and Soul once again.
There’s no sign of normality resuming anytime soon to the box office it seems, and more and more films are encountering fresh delays after Tenet didn’t have quite the intended impact following its release last month.
Already, Wonder Woman 84 and Candyman have been pushed back since Tenet was released, and Dune will be moving too although that’s not yet been announced.
Now, Disney is set to delay its two major releases under its own banner left this year. The Marvel movie Black Widow and the Pixar film Soul are both currently due this November, but new dates are imminent for both of them. Whether they still get released this year or are entirely pushed into 2021 remains to be seen.
Disney has downplayed rumours meanwhile that Soul will be heading to its Disney+ service in a similar arrangement to that of the recently-launched Mulan.
All eyes now move to the James Bond adventure No Time To Die meanwhile, that’s set to launch this coming November. Promotional work is back underway for the 007 film, which suggests no imminent change to that date. But we wait and see.
More as we hear it.
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