The American entertainment giant Disney has announced that it will postpone the release of Marvel Studios films for several months, and it has also postponed the release of the fifth episode of Indiana Jones by one year, still with Harrison Ford. Since the outbreak of the Covid-19 epidemic in the spring of 2020, the company has several times adapted its film release schedule to huge budgets. That schedule, scrutinized by fans around the world, was updated Monday by Disney, delaying the films, even though movie theaters reopen this year in the United States, Europe or Asia.
Above all, the much-anticipated release of the fifth installment of the popular Indiana Jones series — the first episode written by George Lucas, directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Harrison Ford — has been pushed back by a year, from July 29. 2022 to June 30, 2023. In addition to the American star Harrison Ford, 79 this year, this new episode, with the plot remaining secret, directed by James Mangold, with Danish actors Mads Mikkelsen and German Thomas. Kretschmann, the Guyanese American Chauenne, Renee Wilson, and the Spaniard Antonio Banderas.
De même, le futur épisode de la série des studios Marvel Doctor Strange (In the Multiverse of Madness) a été repoussé de mars à mai 2022.C’est égallement le cas pour le prochain Thor (Love and Thunder) de mai à juillet de Next year.
A three-month delay is also for the new Black Panther (Wakanda Forever) from July to November 2022.
Finally, the Captain Marvel (The Marvels) sequel won’t be released until February 2023 instead of November 2022.
Two other Marvel films, which were due to release in July and October 2023, have been removed from the schedule altogether. Disney offered no explanation.
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