Loki, Ultron, Thanos, and now … coronavirus? When a threat has semmed too great for the heroes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) to handle on their own, they’ve always rallied to defeat their mutual enemy — in some cases, pulling victory from the jaws of defeat even if they have to rewrite history itself. But they’ve never faced a villain like COVID-19, the real-world pandemic that could put the entire MCU in jeopardy. Coronavirus chaos As it currently stands, the three largest theater chains in North America have closed their doors for the foreseeable future, and the list of movies delayed by the coronavirus is getting longer every day. Films and television series in various stages of production have been shut down, while movies that were expected to arrive in theaters over the next few months — like Marvel’s Black Widow — have been pulled from the release calendar entirely. At this point, it’s an understatement of superheroic proportions to say the spread of coronavirus has shaken up Hollywood in ways we never imagined. While most studios are finding new premiere dates to squeeze their projects into later in the year or making the films available via on-demand and… Read full this story
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