The Corona Virus pandemic has swept the globe, causing tragedy and destruction everywhere it goes. One place (although of course there are much more important things) it has hugely impacted is the movie industry.
The last film that Disney released in the MCU was the biggest movie of all time ‘Avengers: Endgame’ back in April 2019. This was intended to be followed up a year later by ‘Black Widow’ but the virus made this impossible.
Today, we got a huge amount of new Disney release dates (will cover in full in a future post) and this included some major MCU changes, and I will detail them below:
6th November 2020 – Black Widow
12th February 2021 – Eternals
7th May 2021 – Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings
5th November 2021 – Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness
18th February 2022 – Thor: Love and Thunder
8th May 2022 – Black Panther 2
8th July 2022 – Captain Marvel 2
There is another MCU film set for October 2022 (likely Deadpool 3 or Blade) and then 4 further untitled films set for 2023. Sony’s Spider-Man 3 is still currently set for July 2021, but that may also be forced to change.