Washington [US], October 18 (ANI): Fans should wait a little longer to see “Doctor Strange,” “Thor”, “Black Panther” among other Marvel movie franchises to return to the silver screens as the dates of release of these projects were delayed by Disney.
According to Variety, the company has delayed release plans for several upcoming films, including “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” from March 25 to May 6, “Thor: Love and Thunder” from May 6 to July 8, and “Black. Panther: Wakanda Forever ‘from July 8 to November 11.
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With the sequel to âBlack Pantherâ being moved to November, the release of âThe Marvelsâ has been postponed until early 2023. As part of the rollback, âAnt-Man and the Wasp: Quantumaniaâ has been pushed back from 17 February to July 28, 2023.
Along with Marvel’s deluge of delays, Disney has pushed back Indiana Jones’ fifth installment by almost a year. The still-untitled film, starring Harrison Ford as the swashbuckling, felt-clad archaeologist, will open on June 30, 2023 instead of July 29, 2022.
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Major release date reshuffle comes after Marvel’s ‘Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings’ solidified its place as a pandemic-era box office hit and before ‘Eternals,’ the MCU entry which is scheduled for November 5th. The lineup review is tied to production, not box office returns, according to Disney sources.
‘Black Panther’ next entry, for its part, is still filming in Atlanta. Since Marvel has become an interconnected and meticulously planned universe, spanning dozens of films and several new TV series, any production delay causes a domino effect on the rest of the franchise.
Disney films slated for release in 2021 will air exclusively in theaters for 45 days before moving to digital platforms, however, the company has not solidified its plans for 2022 and beyond, according to Variety. (ANI)
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