Marvel Studios Pulls Down All Its Productions?
The MCU has grown to such a scale that Marvel Studios generally continually produces on a lot of projects, but the current health crisis has led them to temporarily close the store. It’s forced in the past few weeks. We have received news that Marvel’s work on various movies and television shows should have been kept in view of the coronavirus outbreak. And now, the latest status quo update states that the studio has officially closed all production, in the process of shutting down team members.
This news comes through Charles Murphy of Our Murphy Multiverse. According to the source, the studio sent an email to all staff, revealing that the initial plan to resume filming in a month is no longer possible, making this the new measure. This is how Murphy saw the key points:
According to our sources all active Disney Plus productions, including The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, Wandavision and Loki, are now indefinitely delayed and crew members are informed that “now a 4-week suspension is realistic.” It is not “and they will resume production” when the global health environment allows.
Sources said that it is worth noting that these are just elaborate constructions in the email, Media currently working on other projects are not crew members. Crew members were informed that, until April 3, they would no longer be employed on their special projects.
Marvel Studios to keep its doors closed until at least May!!
This is believed to be effective for all films with undefined delayed production as well, which means additional delays like Chang-Chi and The Legend of the Ten Rings. According to the effect of the source on the (Doctor Strange: Multiverse of Madness), (Spider-Man 3), and (Thor: Love and Thunder) production timeline is unknown at this time. Given the email that the four-week delay is “real”, we can expect Marvel Studios to keep its doors closed until at least May.
Speaking of Black Widow, the next Marvel release was taking place, but it finally reached its expiration date of May 1. Next to come out is the Falcon and the Winter Soldier in August, but the BW delay can have a hit effect and can cause it to be delayed. Like the rest of the entertainment world, the ongoing epidemic will not have a major impact on production at Marvel Studios. However, it is difficult to say how big, respectively.