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Disney Announces New Dates for ‘Mulan,’ ‘Black Widow,’ And Other Releases

Disney Announces New Dates for ‘Mulan,’ ‘Black Widow,’ And Other Releases

Disney Announces New Dates for 'Mulan,' 'Black Widow,' And Other Releases

Disney has finally announced Friday the new release dates for movies that were postponed due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. “Mulan” will now premiere July 2020, taking the date that originally belonged to the “Jungle Cruise.” “Black Widow” is snow slated for November 2020. “Jungle Cruise” will be pushed back a whole year to summer 2021.

A big change was announced to “Artemis Fowl” which was set to open in May in theaters but will now be released on Disney Plus. There is currently no date on when it will show on the streaming platform. The untitled “Indiana Jones” movie will be pushed to July 29, 2022.

With “Black Widow” changing to the date that originally belonged to the “Eternals,” it switched the Marvel Studios release schedule a lot. “Eternals” will now be released on February 12, 2021. “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Rings,” will move to May 7, 2021. “Doctor Strange 2” is pushed back to November 5, 2021. “Thor: Love and Thunder” will move to February 18, 2022. “Black Panther 2” will keep its original date of May 6, 2022. “Captain Marvel 2” will move to July 8, 2022.

Over on the 20th Century side, “Free Guy” starring Ryan Reynolds will be pushed to December 11, 2020. The musical “West Side Story” will keep its release date of December 18, 2020.

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Searchlight will be moving Wes Anderson’s “The French Dispatch” to October 16, 2020, instead of its original summer release date. No new release dates have been announced for “The Personal History of David Copperfield,” “Antlers,” “Woman in the Window,” and “The New Mutants.” 

However, Disney will continue to monitor the situation and make changes to its schedule accordingly.

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