Due to Covid-19 situation, the famous company Disney has postponed release date of a big budget movie “Mulan” indefinitely. Meanwhile, the next installment of “Star Wars” and “Avatar” has been postponed for a year.
According to a report of UK-based website The Independent, the action-based film “Mulan” has gone through two stages. Disney has also announced that the next sequel of “Star Wars” and “Avatar” series will be postponed by one year.
The sequel to “Avatar” will be released in December 2022 instead of 2021. Fans could see the 10th episode of “Star Wars” in theatres in December 2023 instead of 2022.
Disney will release subsequent sequels to “Avatar” in 2024, 2026 and 2028 respectively. And the company will let movie theatres screen the next episodes of “Star Wars” in 2025 and 2026 respectively.
“Avatar” director, screenwriter and co-producer James Cameron on Twitter said, the coronavirus had delayed live-action filming in New Zealand, and that special effects work in Los Angeles had yet to restart.
Disney has postponed the release date of a dozen Marvel movies, including Disney Hollywood star Scarlett Johnson’s ‘Black Widow’ in early April.