Coronavirus Impacts Hollywood: List Of Studio Movies Whose Releases Have Been Postponed

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LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – The novel coronavirus outbreak has had an unprecedented impact on Hollywood, forcing studios to push back the releases of major movies due to theater closures across the world.

Here is a list of movies which have seen their release dates pushed back:

  • Fast 9: The ninth installment in the “Fast and Furious” franchise was scheduled to open May 22. It will now not hit theaters until April of 2021.
  • No Time To Die: The release of the 25th James Bond film was delayed from April to November.
  • A Quite Place Part II: The sequel to the science fiction horror hit was set to hit theaters March 18. A new release date has not yet been set.
  • Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway: The sequel to “Peter Rabbit” was scheduled for release in the U.S. on April 3. The release date has now been pushed back to Aug. 7.
  • Mulan: Disney’s live-action remake of “Mulan,” scheduled for release on March 27, has been delayed. No new date has yet been announced.
  • The New Mutants: Marvel’s superhero horror film “The New Mutants” – which has already seen multiple delays due to reshoots — was set for release April 3. No new date has been set.
  • Antlers: The horror film was slated to open April 17. It’s release has been delayed.

A slew of movies and TV shows have seen their productions halted. They include:

  • Grace and Frankie: The popular Netflix series has paused production of its seventh season, according to Deadline.
  • Riverdale: The CW show has stopped production of its fourth season after a crew member came in contact with a coronavirus patient, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
  • The Morning Show: The Apple+ series is halting production of its second season for two weeks, per Variety.
  • Grey’s Anatomy: Production has halted on its 16th season, per Variety.
  • Mission: Impossible 7: Production was halted on the latest installment of the Mission Impossible franchise, according to CNN. because of a three-week shoot which was scheduled to take place in Venice, Italy.