The coronavirus epidemic is spreading at an alarming rate, with thousands of new cases being confirmed every day. In this way, it seems that our way of life is in a bad state for some time. Of course, the virus has had a particularly terrible impact on the movie business, with box office numbers down to absolute zero and almost all subsequent releases scheduled for the next 3-4 months are delayed or postponed indefinitely.
Not only that, but we also heard last week that Black Widow was being seriously considered to be released in theaters directly at Disney Plus, even without a hit, as Mouse House is now said to be in dire need of money because its Launch is in bad shape due to the epidemic. Fortunately, it looks like the spin-off will still be visible inside theaters, but its new date has set up a chain reaction, resulting in a delay in all of Phase 4 movies announced and dated by Marvel.
As the deadline says:
Black Widow took the place of the Atternals on November 6, also triggering a reaction to the Marvel selection chain, leaving Aerton on February 12, 2021 (former Shang-Chi date); Shang-Chi lasts until May 7, 2021 (the old Doctor Strange 2 date); Doctor Strange’s 2, November 5, 2021 (former Thor: Love and Thunder date), Thor: Love and Thunder are moving until February 18, 2022, which was the site of an untitled Marvel image.
Do you have it all?
For Phase 5 movies like Black Panther 2 and Captain Marvel 2, they still seem safe, for now. But the Phase 4 whiteboard has been seriously overhauled, and unfortunately, fans will have to wait a bit before watching another MCU movie on the big screen.
You can see how it affects the Disney Plus program, but with most of them ready to tie in the movies, we imagine The Falcon and Winter Soldier, Loki, Vandavision, etc. Falling behind is calculating the new release dates for movies.
It will be interesting to see how all of this unfolds, but for now, these are the new dates for the MCU Phase 4 photos and once we hear more about the D+ efforts, we’ll be sure to let you know.