The outputs of the next installment of the franchise Spider-Man and Doctor Strange have been pushed back four months because of the sars coronavirus.
The result of Spider-Man: Far From Home released, therefore, the November 5, 2021 instead of July 16. When the sequel to the animated film Into The Spider-Verse, she sees its release delayed six months in October 2022.
If Disney has also confirmed that Doctor Strange would be pushed back and would arrive in cinemas on 25 march 2022, the home of Mickey mouse announced that Thor: Love and Thunder was going to come out a week earlier, in February 2022.
Paramount, for its part, has confirmed that the release of the 7th and 8th film of the franchise, Mission: Impossible, with Tom Cruise, come out four months later than planned, respectively on 19 November, and the November 4, 2022.
Among the films whose releases have been put forward to adapt to this calendar more and more complex, we can mention the adaptation of the video game Uncharted, with Tom Holland, which will be released in July 2021, instead of October, or even Man From Toronto, with Woody Harrelson and Kevin Hart, scheduled for September 2021 instead of November.