Disney has reported another film plan, with the showy arrival of Mulan now pushed back uncertainly in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. It’s recorded as “unset,” after beforehand being deferred to Aug. 21. The continuations of James Cameron’s Avatar have all been pushed back by a year every, Disney said Thursday, with the new Star Wars set of three and an anonymous Disney live activity film getting a similar destiny.
Mulan was at first scheduled to be discharged in March, however because of the spread of COVID-19 was postponed to July and afterward to August. Coordinated by Niki Caro and featuring Yifei Liu as Mulan, the film pulled in solid, positive surveys by pundits who got the chance to see it before theaters closing down because of the pandemic.
The three untitled Star Wars movies will presently discharge in December 2023, December 2025 and December 2027. Symbol 2 has been moved from Dec. 17, 2021 to Dec. 16, 2022; Avatar 3 from Dec. 22, 2023 to Dec. 20, 2024; Avatar 4 from Dec. 19, 2025 to Dec. 18, 2026; and Avatar 5 from Dec. 17, 2027 to Dec. 22, 2028.
“Due to COVID-19, we were forced into an unexpected lengthy delay in starting the live-action filming we are currently doing in New Zealand,” Cameron said in an announcement Thursday. “The pandemic is still preventing us from being allowed to recommence most of our virtual production work on stages in Los Angeles.”
Wonder’s Black Widow is as yet set for Nov. 6, and New Mutants for Aug. 28, be that as it may.
Likewise postponed are The Empty Man, The Personal History of David Copperfield, Death on the Nile, The French Dispatch, The Last Duel, Antlers and two other untitled twentieth Century films. As recently declared, Disney pushed The Jungle Cruise to 2021.
It comes as cinemas AMC, Regal and CineMark have deferred their reopenings as increasingly dramatic discharges are postponed.