August 4, 2020: Mulan, which was supposed to be released to theaters in the US way back in March, was one of the first films hit by coronavirus movie delays.
Today, Disney announced the movie is finally coming to select theaters on September 4, but it will also be released on Disney Plus on the same day.
However, it won’t be included in the $6.99 a month subscription price. Disney Plus subscribers will have to pay an additional $29.99 to watch Mulan.
The coronavirus outbreak is upon us, and it’s affecting daily life for nearly everyone. That includes the movie industry. A number of upcoming major film releases have announced lengthy delays to their release schedules.
Not only that, but most movie theaters have shut down, and may not reopen until late July 2020, or later. So, what specific coronavirus movie delays can you expect?
Also, what films should you watch in their place? While obviously nothing is going to be as exciting as watching a new movie, there are plenty of decent similar (or prequel) movies that you might want to watch while you wait!
1. A Quiet Place Part II
The highly anticipated sequel by writer-director John Krasinski in his monster invasion from 2018 is scheduled to premiere on March 20. However, now you can expect to watch the film on April 23, 2021, at the theater.
Although it’s not the same thing, now can be a great time to rewind the first one. The original film, A Quiet Place, is now available for playback to Amazon Prime Video subscribers.
You can also see Krasinski himself playing Tom Clancy’s action hero, Jack Ryan in the Amazon Prime series of the same name.
2. Bill and Ted face the music
Nothing Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter filmed this third movie in the Bill and Ted series in 2019. Currently, the two rockers who want to become time travelers will return, but the expected release date August 14 was delayed due to the coronavirus outbreak on September 1. It will also be released to digital film stores on the same day.
The first film in the series, The Great Adventures of Bill and Ted, is currently showing on Starz. Sign up for a free trial at the link below.
The live-action version of Disney‘s hit animated film is scheduled to be released in theaters on March 27. Now, the film is the victim of the coronavirus movie delay.
Eventually, it will be released to select theaters on September 4, but it will also be scrapped on Disney Plus, where subscribers will have to pay an additional $ 29.99 to see it, on the subscription price. usually, common, normal.
Disney Plus has an original 1998 animated film that goes live right now. You can also watch the sequel to the 2005 live DVD, Mulan II, on Disney Plus.
4. Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway
The CGI live-action sequel to the 2018 surprise adaptation of the classic children’s book is said to have a sequel on April 3. Now, the film will not be released until January 15, 2021.
Although the original Peter Rabbit movie is not available on any streaming service, you can watch another rabbit-themed live-action movie on Netflix.
5. New mutants
This long-delayed delayed Marvel Comics superhero movie is believed to have been released nearly two years ago. Disney finally set a final date on April 3 before the current crisis struck. It is now involved in many of the coronavirus movie delays, with an August 28, 2020 release date.
Disney Plus has the original X-Men animated series available for streaming, so you can see Marvel’s mutant superhero trends starting to become a major hit.
6. There is no time to die
The 25th official James Bond movie, and Daniel Craig’s fifth star, have also seen its release date pushed back more than once. It is supposed to be released in the US on April 10.
But instead, this is the first in the delay of the big coronavirus movie. 007 will not return until November 20, 2020. You can watch the first Daniel Craig James Bond movie, Casino Royale, on HBO Max.
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