For all the upcoming movies this year, the major problem is not box office ratings but Coronavirus it seems.
Movies like No Time To Die whose initial release date is April 2020 is going to come out now in November 2020.
The virus is causing terror not only to the regular real life but also to the reel life it seems.
Black Widow’s Release Date Plan Keeping Coronavirus In Mind
Black Widow is the upcoming Marvel movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
In the times when all the production houses are pushing back their release dates, Black Widow stands firm and alone.
Disney and Marvel Studios recently announced how they are not going to change the air date for the Black Widow movie due to Coronavirus.
The Loss Black Widow Is Going To Face Due To Coronavirus
Coronavirus is the most dangerous thing on the planet right now.
Due to the amount to health dysfunctionality it is causing, many box offices all across the globe stand shut.
One of the most significant contributors to the box office market is China.
Chances are Black Widow is going to face a significant loss due to the shut down global box offices. The backlog is going to be immense when it comes to Black Widow.
Marvel always has an excellent box office rating, and the hit is going to be very new for them.
However, if the theatres open before the release date, Black Widow will not be facing a significant crisis. But, that is unlikely to happen.
Delaying Black Widow Is Going To Affect The MCU Phase 4 Timeline
We need to keep in mind that Black Widow is going to start phase 4 for the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Delaying Balck Widow will result in delaying the rest of the movies in the lineup.
The reason Disney and Marvel are insistent on keeping the release date for Black Widow the same as before, so it does not affect the future projects in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The Air Date For Black Widow
Black Widow is going to be out by 1st May 2020.
The movie stars Scarlett Johansson in the lead as Natasha Romanoff aka Black Widow.