With the international shutdown, things don’t seem to be taking a positive turn as Coronavirus continues to wreak havoc everywhere.
I mean you have sorted out your most awaited Euro trip after months of preparations and you had been desperately waiting to click that photo with the Eiffel Tower at your back. The red dress which you kept to wear on your lunch with your better half in that Italian restaurant. Can you guess what’s the worst thing that can happen to you? Your dress doesn’t fit you or like you got sick–anything can happen, right? Anything in this world.
With days ahead for the trip, there’s international shutdown and your trip ultimately got cancelled? It seems nothing more than having a heart attack, right? And why this cancellation? What can be the reason? Malls empty, hotels closed, theatres shut down, parks wear a deserted look. And there rules Coronavirus watching up from that hill giving us that evil laugh.
Impacting every aspect of human life, COVID 19 has taken a toll of around 3,800 lives globally. Around 100,000 people tested positive, the virus is taking a bad shape.
The badly hit are the tourism and the entertainment industry which are financially undergoing a rough phase with people cancelling trip and government issuing orders to avoid social gatherings. Likewise, the much-awaited Disney remake of the animated classic “Mulan” has also been postponed with so much panic overshadowing everything that comes its way.
It followed the trend like most of the major releases which include “Fast and Furious 9”, horror flick “A Quiet Place 2” and James Bond “No time to Die”. Disney was squire firm in its March release but after the cast posed for the red carpet, the production giant dropped the bomb among fans that the film will be delayed in its release.
Director Niki Caro said: “We are so excited to share this film with the world, but given the current ever-shifting circumstances we are all experiencing, unfortunately, we have to postpone the worldwide release of Mulan for now.”