2020 will be the first year since 2009 that we won’t get a Marvel Cinematic Universe movie. Disney completely reshuffled its release calendar this week, which affects upcoming Marvel releases like Black Widow, Eternals and Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.
In this video, our staff debates whether this is a good thing for the MCU, or a bad thing. CinemaBlend Events Editor Eric Eisenberg thinks a break from the MCU after the Infinity Saga is actually a good thing, but our Managing Director Sean O’Connell feels a year without momentum isn’t good for the MCU. Senior video producer Jeff McCobb moderates their conversation.
Updated Disney Releases:
- DEATH ON THE NILE (20th) previously dated on 10/23/20 moves to 12/18/20
- THE EMPTY MAN (20th) previously dated on 12/4/20 moves to 10/23/20
- BLACK WIDOW (Disney) previously dated on 11/6/20 moves to 5/7/21
- ETERNALS (Disney) previously dated on 2/12/21 moves to 11/5/21
- SHANG CHI AND THE LEGEND OF THE TEN RINGS (Disney) previously dated on 5/7/21 moves to 7/9/21
- UNTITLED DISNEY EVENT FILM (Disney) previously dated on 7/9/21 is removed from schedule
- DEEP WATER (20th) previously dated on 11/13/20 moves to 8/13/21
- UNTITLED 20TH CENTURY (20th) previously dated on 8/13/21 is removed from schedule
- WEST SIDE STORY (20th) previously dated on 12/18/20 moves to 12/10/21
- THE KING’S MAN (20th) previously dated on 2/26/21 moves to 2/12/21
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