On March 17, Marvel officially postponed the release date of upcoming Black Widow movie after health officials called for social restrictions amid COVID-19 pandemic.
All blockbuster films such as A Quiet Place II, No Time to Die, Fast & Furious 9, and Peter Rabbit 2 have delayed their release date, and Marvel’s Black Widow have simply delayed indefinitely with no current release date at the moment.
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Black Widow was originally slated for May 1 but the studio decided to push back its date and made the announcement. The MCU fans are now campaigning online asking the House of Mickey and Marvel studio to release the movie on Disney Plus platform.
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However, Marvel can only make it available through streaming on-demands partners like Vudu, Amazon, and the like. After all, Universal announced yesterday it would be doing a similar move with new releases for the foreseeable future.
At this point, there are speculations and questions of how this will impact other Marvel Studios release dates.
According to Variety's Adam B. Vary and Matt Donelly, one insider they've spoken with says the Cate Shortland-directed flick could be "inconsequential" to the other movies and shows coming out from Marvel Studios.
For certain months, Marvel's release schedule is inticately planned with titles and storyline being written for the interconnected Marvel Cinematic Universe to be laid out with Disney+ shows, as well.
Upcoming Marvel Studios projects include ‘The Falcon and The Winter Soldier’ August 20th, ‘The Eternals’ on November 6th, ‘Wanda Vision’ on December 20th, ‘Loki’ in Spring 2021, ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ on May 7, 2021, ‘Spider-Man 3’ on July 16, 2021, ‘What If…?’ in Summer 2021, ‘Hawkeye’ in Fall 2021, ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ on November 5, 2021, and ‘Black Panther’ 2 on May 6, 2022. Marvel Studios Disney+ series without release dates include Ms. Marvel, Moon Knight, and She-Hulk.
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One individual close to Marvel Studios said that:
"Pushing ‘Black Widow’ affects nothing on the MCU timeline,”
Variety's report says:
"It was not clear if the implication was that “Widow” will see the light of day before August, or that the film is inconsequential to Phase Four, or if the source has a tesseract."
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Black Widow is set to take place somewhere between Captain America: Civil War and Avengers: Infinity War after Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson) goes on the run for flipping sides in Civil War.
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