As the coronavirus keeps on spreading over the United States and starts showing up in more nations around the globe, various TV shows and movies are getting influenced by this pandemic.
From sets ending production to cinemas being closed down, Hollywood is attempting to relieve the danger of the virus spreading by avoiding potential risk.
- “Mulan” – Chinese release date delayed
- “The Lovebirds” — Release date delayed
- “Fast and Furious 9” — Release date pushed back to April 2021
- “Sonic The Hedgehog” – The Chinese premier has been delayed
- “Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway” – Release date delayed
- “A Quiet Place Part II” – Release date delayed
- “Mulan” — Release date reportedly delayed
- “New Mutants” — Release date reportedly delayed
- “No Time to Die” – It’s global released date was pushed back from April 2020 to November 2020
- “Mission: Impossible VII” – Production/shooting in Venice, Italy, has been halted
- “Antlers” — Release date reportedly delayed
- “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” – Production in Prague has been canceled
- “Riverdale” – Production in Canada has been delayed after a team member was in close contact with someone who tested positive for the virus
- “The Morning Show” — Production halted in Los Angeles for two weeks
- “Survivor” — On a filming hiatus
- “The Prom” — Filming shuts down in Los Angeles
- “The Amazing Race” – CBS decided to suspended production of the globe-trotting reality competition series
- “The Bachelorette” – Production has been canceled in Italy
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