How the coronavirus pandemic ended up affecting the film industry’s plans in 2020, but it looks like the effects of the premiere’s delays may still be a good thing, at least for Marvel Studios.
As fans are well aware, the studio’s films and series slated for this year have seen their release schedules changed several times.
However, that ended up correcting the Phase 04 timeline … As “Black Widow” would be released in April, the events of the feature would have ramifications for the originally planned “Falcão and the Winter Soldier” plot. for August.
The delay of “ Black Widow ” forced Disney + to postpone the premiere of “ Falcão and the Winter Soldier ” and resort to repeats, which was a very welcome strategy, as the launch of the series in August would eventually leave gaps in the plot. , which will only be answered after the premiere of the solo film with Scarlett Johansson.
In addition, the latest edition of Entertainment Weekly explains that there were some changes made to the plot of ‘WandaVision’ due to the pandemic so that the episodes also fit into the chronological continuity of Phase 04.
With the series directly linked to the events of ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Marvel Studios has been careful to avoid any errors in dates or details that could spoil its future productions.
Recalling that “The Eternals” and “Shang-Chi and the legend of the ten rings” will have narratives a little more independent and without major links with the chronology built so far.
The former is slated for millennia until it reaches our days, and rumors indicate the latter will take place between the last five years between the snap of Thanos’ fingers and his defeat in ‘Avengers: Endgame’. .
So which of these productions are you most excited to watch?
Speaking of which, check out the new Marvel premieres schedule below:
Released: May 7, 2021
Despite the optimism of fans and Marvel itself, it was only a matter of time before Marvel decided to postpone “ Black Widow ” to a more commercial date. The film would gloriously kick off Phase 4 of the MCU, and the change in question created a domino effect on all of the company’s productions.
SHANG-CHI AND THE LEGEND OF THE TEN RINGS
Released: July 9, 2021
The announcement of “ Shang-Chi ” during the last D23 thrilled many comic book fans who couldn’t wait for the first Japanese-American hero to hit theaters – but production also fell under the domino effect and a July 2021.
Released: November 5, 2021
The film that had the most postponement. Audiences will have to wait a little longer to see Angelina Jolie’s debut in the pantheon of super heroes. “ The Eternals ” has been postponed for almost a year until the end of 2021.
Released: Mar 25, 2022
The MCU’s first confirmed horror film will feature the adventures of Dr. Stephen Strange alongside the mighty Wanda Maximoff / Scarlet Witch – and several plot rumors have already gone viral on the internet. The feature film, however, has been postponed for several months and will debut at the end of next year.
THOR: LOVE AND THUNDER
Released: February 18, 2022
It’s time for Thor to hand the hammer over to Jane Foster and for Chris Hemsworth to let Natalie Portman shine in the Marvel Hall of Fame once again. But due to the pandemic and the domino effect started with “ Black Widow, ” the new Asgardian saga will hit theaters in February 2022.
Released: July 8, 2022
More good news: ‘Captain Marvel 2’ has also had its date changed, but contrary to what fans may think, the film will hit theaters two weeks earlier. Brie Larson returns to the title role.
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Film buffs around the world have been surprised by the unexpected news of the death of actor Chadwick Boseman, who played King T’Challa in the comic book adaptation “Black Panther”. The death has also affected Disney, who must reassess plans for “ Black Panther 2. ”
Boseman’s secret battle with colon cancer caught the world off guard, including his co-stars and Marvel movie collaborators. While in fact the loss of Boseman is still too recent for any decision regarding “ Black Panther 2, ” Disney and Marvel have a clock ticking above their respective heads.
It should be remembered that spokespersons for Disney are asking to be reminded that, due to the constant uncertainty of the pandemic, all new dates may again be changed.
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