At this point, perhaps people start to wonder if a point is releasing The New Mutants in theaters.
It would be an overwhelming understanding to say that the X-Men spin-off has had a troubled history, and after finally glimpsing the light at the end of the tunnel and hardly paying attention to avoid cinematic purification, unplug again. The coronavirus epidemic was taken. in progress.
To put things in perspective, Josh Boone’s Mutant Broom started rolling less than a month after Deadpool 2, and Merk, now with Mouth’s second solo adventure 23 months ago, is now in the hands of Character Studios. New Mutants has been around for so long that it started life as a Fox property, only to be ordered by Disney to remove all references to the previous X-Men franchise after it fell into their hands as a result of its acquisition. Gone from the company.
Some things just aren’t meant to happen, and it certainly seems like a theatrical release for New Mutants is one of them. Just as he was beginning to gain some much-needed traction with the release of a new trailer and footage, a rug is again removed. If the studio can’t fix a new date anytime soon, they can cut their losses entirely and drop it directly to Disney Plus.
Originally slated for April 2018, The New Mutants has already been delayed three times, and Mouse House announced that the Coronovirus Crisis will see them rearrange the release dates for their entire list of projects from Phase Four, the Tinted comic book movie of horror is clearly omitted from the schedule.