Marvel’s Black Widow, Eternals and More Get New Release Dates | Movies


A few weeks ago, we learned that Black Widow would not arrive in May as originally planned – another major blockbuster was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic. Now Disney has confirmed exactly when we will see Natasha Romanoff’s long-awaited solo film, and has moved several more Marvel release dates to the next phase 4 to accommodate its later release.

Black Widow scheduled to arrive on November 6, about a week before the delayed James Bond film arrives No time to die – it is clear that the studios are betting on the last months of 2020 as a safe time to plant their biggest flags. This November slot machine was originally to be owned by Marvel’s cosmic adventure Eternals, which now moves back a few months to February 12, 2021, causing Shang-Chi to return to the summer season on May 7, 2021. Currently, the next live-action Spider Man the film stands firm on July 16, 2021, but is not yet in production.

Further, it also means delays Strange Doctor in the Multiverse of Madness (currently presumed to have Sam Raimi as director), now sitting on November 5, 2021, pushing Taika Waititi to Thor: Love and thunder back to February 28, 2022. Black panther 2 has a new release date of May 8, 2022.

If the wait Black Widow is sure to feel long (our last episode of Marvel was * Spider-Man: away from home) last summer, the good news for fans is that 2021 should now release four new Marvel movies – more, no doubt, more Marvel series on Disney +. Bring it on.


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