Disney's Black Widow Delay May Force Some Movie Theaters to Close Down Again

Disney's Black Widow Delay May Force Some Movie Theaters to Close Down Again
The National Association of Theater Owners (NATO) reveals what the Black Widow delay means for business. It was announced earlier this week that Disney is making some pretty big changes to their upcoming release slate. The standalone Natasha Romanoff movie was supposed to already be out in theaters months ago, but it was pushed back to November. The highly anticipated Marvel Cinematic Universe project will now come out in May of 2021, and it's just another blow to movie theaters across the world in 2020.

Movie theaters in North America are just now starting to reopen their doors. However, there are some major markets like Los Angeles and New York that are still not open. It's unclear if another shutdown will happen between now and November, which is when Black Widow was supposed to come out. This uncertainty, plus a reluctance from theater goers to go to the movies at this time,
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