The premiere of “Mulan” has shifted to July, and the release of “Black Widow” - to November 2020.
The Walt Disney Company announced on Friday the release dates for worldwide distribution of new films, which had been transferred earlier due to the coronavirus pandemic. This was reported by The Hollywood Reporter magazine, citing a statement from the company.
According to him, the premiere of the film "Mulan" (Mulan) will be held July 24, and the film "Black Widow" (Black Widow) - November 6.
The release date of the painting Eternal (Eternals) was moved to February 12, 2021. The release of the movie Thor: Love and Thunder shifted to February 28, 2022, and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness will be released November 5, 2021. The new part of the adventures of Indiana Jones, viewers will be able to see only from July 29, 2022.
Earlier, Disney said that due to the closure of movie theaters around the world in connection with the spread of infection, the company had to postpone the premieres of the movie Black Widow and Mulan. Suspended work on paintings that are at the production stage.