Every Film Release Affected by the Coronavirus Pandemic
The coronavirus pandemic has brought most of the country to a standstill, forcing the entertainment industry to plan for an uncertain future. Theatres across the United States have ceased operations in an effort to adhere to guidelines for social distancing and self-isolating as to help mitigate the spread of the virus. Without a concrete date of reopening on the horizon, studios have undergone a series of adjustments to their release calendars.
In early March, the 25th James Bond film No Time to Die became one of the first major releases to be delayed. Originally set to hit theatres in April, the film is now coming out in November. Since then, studios have continued to adjust their calendars for various releases, some as far ahead as 2022.
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