With movie theaters closed amid the pandemic, films slated to arrive in cinemas from March to June have been postponed.
John Krazinski’s A Quiet Place Part II was supposed to be released on March 20. It will now hit cinemas on September 4.
Marvel’s Black Widow starring Scarlett Johansson was to debut on May 1. It will now be released on November 6.
We could have watched Fast & Furious 9 with Vin Diesel on May 22, but the film’s worldwide release has been postponed to April 2, 2021.Disney’s Mulan was supposed to debut on March 27. The live-action film will now come out on July 24.
The 007 sequel No Time To Die was scheduled for April 10. We can meet up with James Bond on November 25.
Tom Cruise’s Top Gun: Maverick was set to entertain audiences this summer. Instead, it will be released on December 23.
DC’s Wonder Woman 1984 was to be released on June 5. We’ll now be able to watch Gal Gadot again on October 2.