Fans looking forward to seeing delayed the release of the film, now moving it to May 7, 2021.later this year are going to have to wait. Disney on Wednesday once again
The standalone Black Widow film, which kicks off Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and will show Scarlett Johansson's Natasha Romanoff fighting a new villain, was original set to hit theaters on May 1 of this year. In April, Disney moved the release date to of Nov. 6 due to health concerns surrounding the . Now, fans are going to have to wait until 2021.
Black Widow isn't the only Marvel film getting a new release date. Disney saidwill move to Nov. 5, 2021 and will move to July 9, 2021.
was previously delayed to March 25, 2022. For now, Disney is sticking to that date, but it seems possible the film could get pushed back further due to these latest moves. Thor: Love and Thunder is set for Feb. 11, 2022, according to Disney's release schedule.
Disney's changes underscore how disruptive the pandemic has been to Hollywood studio's meticulously planned cycles. Even though some, that doesn't necessarily mean moviegoers are ready to return.