PUBLISHED: 19:08, Wed, Sep 23, 2020 | UPDATED: 19:16, Wed, Sep 23, 2020
Disney’s MCU solo movie Black Widow was originally set to release in Spring this year before being moved to late October in the UK. But according to The Hollywood Reporter, the Scarlett Johansson blockbuster has been moved all the way to May 7, 2021. As a result, fellow MCU movie Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is moving from that day to July 9, while The Eternals has shifted to November 5, 2021.
Nevertheless, James Bond movie No Time To Die is sticking to its guns with a November 12 UK release.
This was reaffirmed in a tweet by Universal Pictures UK today which said: “In cinemas this November.”
Of course, it’s possible that Daniel Craig’s fifth and final 007 movie could have a staggered release like Christopher Nolan’s Tenet.
Trailer Track’s Anton Volkov tweeted recently: “If anything happens at this point with No Time To Die, we could be seeing incremental Tenet style delays and staggered global release as opposed to a 2021 move if PVOD is out of the question?”
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Black Widow release date DELAYED to 2021 as James Bond's No Time To Die holds to November (Image: MARVEL/UP)
Fans will know that Tenet’s release date was pushed back two weeks at a time from mid-July until it settled on late August.
While Daily Mail Bond insider Baz Bamigboye reported: “No Time To Die will open in November, because it must.
“A release date shift to 2021, requiring a third launch, would be catastrophic for all the