Disneyjust announced the new schedule for its MCU Phase 4 films, with Black Widow set to premiere on November 6th instead of The Eternals.
- Phase 4 also features eight series that will premiere on Disney+ and tie directly into the six films.
Disneyhasn’t announced any updated plans for the Marvel TV series, but the French version of Disney+ already lists tentative launch windows for them.
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The novel coronavirus pandemic has had a significant impact on the economy, pausing all activities that include large gatherings of people — well, most of them, because some people just don’t seem to get it. Staying at home has its bittersweet perks. You might have to go to school or work from home, which isn’t necessarily easy, but at least you have the internet, which can provide plenty of entertainment. For a while, that’s the only type of entertainment you’re going to have access to, as cinemas and stadiums aren’t going to open anytime soon.
A variety of blockbuster movies and sporting events were postponed in the past few weeks, with
Phase 4 is made up of six films and eight shows, the first of which were meant to arrive this year. The Falcon and the Winter Soldier was supposed to be first in August, followed by WandaVision and Loki. But then the coronavirus pandemic happened, which shut down work on many Marvel films and TV series.
All the shows are intertwined with the films, and they’ll need to respect a specific launch schedule going forward.
Understandably, no specific release dates were provided. Shooting hasn’t been completed on The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, WandaVision, or Loki, according to a recent report, and the others are in various stages of pre-production.