Marvel Studios Reshuffles Theatrical Slate Again, Moves Out of 2020

In the end, it appears it was…inevitable. Marvel Studios Black Widow, originally scheduled for a May 2020 release before being delayed to November 6th due to the pandemic, has been moved entirely out of 2020 and given a May 7th, 2021 release. With this, Marvel Studios will not have a theatrical release for the first time since 2009. While many held out hope that Disney would bring the film to Premier Access, it was not meant to be.

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Marvel Studios next big epic, Eternals, and the kung-fu flick, Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings, were also moved again today. Shang-Chi, which is still filming, was moved to make room for Black Widow and will now debut on July 9th, 2021; more surprisingly, Eternals, which was originally slated for a November 2020 release, was moved all the way to November 5th, 2021, losing its place in line to Shang-Chi.

With all the shuffling, it seems fortunate that we’ll at least see Marvel Studios first Disney Plus streaming series, WandaVision, in 2020.

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