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The coronavirus pandemic has completely changed the way business is conducted around the world. While nearly every industry has been severely altered, the entertainment industry has taken the biggest hit. Massive blockbuster movies expected to make millions are now shifting their release dates. These are the five biggest films delayed by COVID-19.


Disney has had great success recently making live-action remakes of their popular animated films. Based on its edgier subject matter, “Mulan” looks like it can put the other live-action remakes to shame. “Mulan” fans will have to wait a little longer to see the promising film. Its March 27 release date has been pushed back to July 24.

Black Widow

Black Widow is one of the more interesting characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but it still took a long time for the former Soviet assassin to get her own film. Scarlett Johansson is one of the biggest actresses in the world right now, so there is no question “Black Widow” is slated to be a huge hit. Comic fans will now have to wait until November 6th to see “Black Widow.”


“Get Out” and “Us” proved Jordan Peele is a master at writing horror films. Peele is looking to extend his horror legacy with the upcoming “Candyman.” While the movies share the same title, Peele’s upcoming film is actually a direct sequel to the 1992 cult-classic of the same name. “Candyman” has been pushed back three months from its original June release date.

Top Gun: Maverick

The long-awaited sequel to “Top Gun” is finally happening. Movie fans will just have to wait a little longer than they expected to see it on the big screen. With Tom Cruise and Val Kilmer reprising their roles from the original film, “Top Gun: Maverick” is surely going to excite a lot fans when it hits the theaters. The film is set to be released on December 23.

A Quiet Place Part II

“A Quiet Place” became a cultural phenomenon when it hit theaters in 2018. The sequel was set to be a massive hit this spring before becoming one of the first films delayed due to COVID-19. After originally being scheduled to release in March, “A Quiet Place II” now hits theaters on September 4.