They say great things are yet to come to those who wait. And that is particularly true for the movies that we have been anticipating to be released this year. But by some random twist of fate, the whole coronavirus pandemic has managed to turn the world upside-down, especially the silver screen industry. So, as we take our time to stay at home and cope with stress, we thought of compiling the top film releases that were affected by the COVID crisis not to cause you more stress but to actually make you look forward to greater things and better days that are coming for us this year!
Being the brave warrior that she is, Mulan is surely poised to rise above the coronavirus pandemic. It may have been one of the films that got delayed due to crisis but we all know that a prudent warrior knows when to retreat and when to continue the fight. We are expecting this Disney live-action film to hit the big screen on August 21st, 2020. Stay tuned for more updates!
While other filmmakers certainly did consider putting their films on the back burner to prioritize more urgent concerns, Scoob!, by some fortunate twist of fate, has managed to reach its audience via VOD (video-on-demand) platforms. And that means, although its theatrical release was canceled, you can now actually watch Scoob online via streaming services. And it came as no surprise that the reboot of the Scooby-Doo film has topped the VOD charts since ardent fans have been meaning to see, once again, Scooby and the gang on the big screen.
There really is No Time To Die but there is certainly time to wait for this much-awaited James Bond movie starring Daniel Craig. Universal Pictures confirmed that the action film will arrive in cinemas on the 12th of November in 2020, 7 months after its original premiere date, which was in April of the same year. Be sure to not miss the film, go to the best websites to watch No Time to Die online, bookmark the page, and stay tuned!
Did you know that Minions: Rise of Gru was the first-ever summer movie to be moved to a later date due to the coronavirus pandemic? From its original premiere date, July 3, 2020, sources say that it will now be shown in theaters in July of 2021. That's like, a year worth of waiting! But no worries, this Despicable Me spin-off is worth the wait. Meanwhile, kids and kids at heart may want to take a look at the best moments in Minions: The Rise of Gru trailer here!
We surely appreciate Jennifer Connolly saying that Tom Cruise has really gone the extra mile to prepare for Top Gun: Maverick. And rest assured that his efforts won't be put to waste since this action-drama film is finally coming in December 2020, 6 months after its original release. Shall we expect some sequences filled with flying? Yes, brace yourselves! Meanwhile, watch the best Tom Cruise movies here!
This comedy-drama film might have premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in September of 2019 but it has not officially reached the theaters. But don't worry, it is about to hit the big screens this August 14th, 2020! You can stay tuned because it will star Devel Patel from Slumdog Millionaire.
Tenet is an action-packed thriller that is scheduled to be released on the 3rd of September, 2020. This upcoming spine-chilling Warner Bros. Pictures movie is written and directed by Christopher Nolan. According to Nolan, Tenet is the most ambitious movie they have created. He also revealed that the film was shot in seven countries namely Denmark, Estonia, India, Italy, Norway, the United Kingdom, and the United States. This espionage movie features some mind-bending twists, with John David Washington playing the lead role.
Sony is not exempted from all the horrors of coronavirus! As a result, its live-action film Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway's original release date was pushed to January 15, 2021. The movie was initially planned to be shown on the silver screen last March 27, 2020. Yet, filmmakers, as well as fans, are anticipating its grand release in 2021 and hoping that it would earn as much as the first film did (the first movie earned a whopping $351 million worldwide).
We are guessing that you might be one of the people who wanted to get their groove on when Wonder Woman 1984's trailer was released online! And we cannot blame you for getting your high hopes that it would still hit theaters last June 2020. But unfortunately, the whole crisis happened. And it has just become one of the films that have been delayed by the COVID pandemic. Fret not, though. We are definitely seeing Gal Gadot as Diana in October 2020. To live up to the hype, you might want to take a look at the top Easter eggs teased in Wonder Woman 1984 trailer here.
Drive-in movie theaters are slowly coming back into vogue. Well, thanks to coronavirus! While theaters have gone black and the entertainment industry has been in a downward spiral, businesses have found innovative ways on how to slowly get back on their feet. If you haven't known already, drive-in cinemas were such a hit back in the 1950s, after World War II. The premise is simple, a 36-foot LED screen is mounted at a huge parking lot where anyone can drive in to see a movie in the comfort of their own cars. If you are a moviegoer, it must be heaven-sent news, right? Meanwhile, we encourage you to take the time to enjoy staying safe at home with your loved ones. You might want to check out the best pandemic movies to stream while in quarantine here.
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