Just when you think 2020 couldnt get any worse off, it does. Unfortunately with the Covid-19 situation still taking its toll on the world, Marvel Studios came out over the past few days and announced it would adjust all of the Phase 4 Movies release dates.
Before this was announced, it was confirmed that the upcoming Black Widow movie was pushed back from its original May release date until later this year. There was no date of release until now. Marvel has shuffled all 5 of its movies around due to the delay.
As it stands of now, Black Widow will hit cinemas on Nov 6th 2020 which was the original release date for The Eternals. As a result of this, The Eternals has been pushed to Febuary 12 2021, Shang-Chi & The Legend Of The Ten Rings to May 7th 2021, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (Doctor Strange 2) to November 5th 2021 & Thor: Love & Thunder to Febuary 18th 2022.
The adjustment in the movies also brought about the announcement of Captain Marvel 2 which is due to hit cineams on July 8th 2022.
There is no official word on the upcoming Marvel series which are being produced for Disney + (Falcon & Winter Solider, Wandavision & Loki) as to if they have been delayed from their original air dates as these will tie into the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Stay tuned for more information