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All the Films That Have Been Affected by The Coronavirus

This article is about films whose releases have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. For impact of the pandemic on cinema, see Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on cinema.

This article lists films which have had their theatrical releases cancelled, resulting in an alternative method of release, as well as films with delayed releases due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The article also lists productions which have been directly affected by the pandemic, resulting in their suspension, delay or cancellation.

Many of us have been thrown for a loop by the ongoing novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, and Hollywood is just one of the major machines scrambling to handle the fallout. With all the theaters who quickly closed their doors and the nationwide lockdowns that encouraged people to stay at home as much as possible, all major spring and early summer movie releases were pushed back.

Some films like Candyman, Dune, and No Time to Die have since announced new release dates, while others like Bob’s Burgers are postponed indefinitely. Meanwhile, some haven’t even gotten the chance to kick off the ground, like Disney’s live-action The Little Mermaid reboot. Check out our list of the major productions that have been affected by the coronavirus, and keep an eye out for updates on their spots on the release calendar.

All the Films That Will Be Available in Streaming as Theaters Shut Due to Coronavirus

This week marks the first full week of social distancing in many countries around the world. That means public places like bars, restaurants, and movie theaters are really feeling the impacts of the shutdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic right now. It’s unsurprising that we’re all turning to our favorite streaming services to provide entertainment, comfort, and joy. Now, the film industry is doing the same, with NBCUniversal’s Universal Pictures announcing that its current slate of cinematic releases will be available to stream on demand by Friday.

Deadline reported on Tuesday that movies such as Blumhouse’s The Invisible Man and The Hunt and Focus Features’ Emma will be made available as soon as Friday for a 48-hour rental that will probably cost $19.99 each. Meanwhile, the highly anticipated Universal Trolls sequel, Trolls World Tour, will be released to cinemas on the same day as online, on April 10.

Warner Bros. has also followed suit, announcing Margot Robbie’s Suicide Squad spinoff, Birds of Prey — which is still playing in some theaters — will be available to stream on services such as Amazon and iTunes as soon as April. Keep on reading to see all the new release movies that will be available on-demand early — we’ll keep adding to this list as more news is released.

This article is about films whose releases have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. For impact of the pandemic on cinema, see Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on cinema.

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