With coronavirus cases surging in the U.S. and new hotspots breaking out around the globe, Disney announced major changes to the studio’s release calendar.
Disney has pulled Mulan from the studio’s release calendar and has also delayed their upcoming Star Wars movies and Avatar sequels.
During ComicCon&Home panel, on Thursday, July 23rd thd opening minutes of the film were previewed. The panel featured stars Anya Taylor Joy, Maise Williams, Henry Zaga , Blu Hunt, Charlie Heaton and director Josh Boone. The panel is moderated by Ira Madison. The panel can be viewed in full here.
The latest instalment in the Conjuring franchise, ‘The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It’ is was due for release on September 11th 2020; however due to the constant release re-shuffle due to Covid19 the films release have now been pushed back to by. June 4th 2021 by New Line & Warner Bros. Christopher Nolan’s blockbuster ‘Tenet’ which was scheduled for release in August this year has also been delayed indefinitely.
Following the surprise departure of Ruby Rose from Batwoman at the end of The CW superhero drama’s first season, the show has opted to create a new character to play Batwoman rather than recast Rose’s charecter of Kate Kane (a cousin of Bruce Wayne). It has now confirmed that actress Javica Leslie has been cast in the lead role from Season 2 and moving forward.
Universal Pictures was set to bring a horror icon back to life on June 12, 2020 with the release Candyman. This upcoming release got pushed back to September 25, 2020 due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic.
This installment will be a direct sequel to the original 1992 film and has been described as a spiritual sequel.
Unfortunately, due to the coronavirus pandemic that’s forced cinemas across the world to shut down, Universal will no longer be releasing Candyman on that date.
David Gordon Green’s Halloween Kills, which is currently in post production has officially been postponed.