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Disney is unveiling new release dates for coronavirus movies, including Mulan and Jungle Cruise

Disney Unveils New Release Dates for Coronavirus-Affected Movies Including Mulan and Jungle Cruise … and Announces 2022 Release for Indiana Jones 5

Disney has released new release dates for their movies affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

With theaters in the United States closing to help slow down the potentially deadly COVID-19 virus that is sweeping the world, Hollywood is struggling to resist their movie slates.

And as the world’s largest movie studio, Disney had to make some particularly tough decisions, such as postponing their tentpole movies like Mulan and Jungle Cruise.

Disney has released new release dates for their movies affected by the coronavirus pandemic

With theaters in the United States closing to help slow down the potentially deadly COVID-19 virus flooding the world, Hollywood is struggling to resist their movie slates

With theaters in the United States closing to help slow down the potentially deadly COVID-19 virus flooding the world, Hollywood is struggling to resist their movie slates

Scrambling: Disney has revealed new release dates for their films affected by the corona virus pandemic

The Walt Disney Company has reduced their live action remake of the 1998 animated film Mulan to July 24.

The film is expected to hit theaters at the moment, but was pulled from release as soon as the corona virus hit.

Meanwhile, the Disney movie due on July 24 – Jungle Cruise starring The Rock and Emily Blunt – has been delayed by a year, with the new release coming July 30, 2021.

Difficult Choices: Disney's largest movie studio in the world has had to make some particularly difficult decisions, such as putting off their tentpole movies like Mulan [above] and Jungle Cruise

Difficult Choices: Disney's largest movie studio in the world has had to make some particularly difficult decisions, such as putting off their tentpole movies like Mulan [above] and Jungle Cruise

Difficult Choices: Disney’s largest movie studio in the world has had to make some particularly difficult decisions, such as putting off their tentpole movies like Mulan [above] and Jungle Cruise

Changing: Meanwhile, the Disney movie due on July 24 - Jungle Cruise starring The Rock and Emily Blunt - has been delayed by a year, with the new release coming July 30, 2021

Changing: Meanwhile, the Disney movie due on July 24 - Jungle Cruise starring The Rock and Emily Blunt - has been delayed by a year, with the new release coming July 30, 2021

Changing: Meanwhile, the Disney movie due on July 24 – Jungle Cruise starring The Rock and Emily Blunt – has been delayed by a year, with the new release coming July 30, 2021

Meanwhile, the changes have also impacted Disney Marvel movies such as Black Widow and The Eternals.

The Scarlett Johansson starring Black Widow has bumped from the original May 2020 slot to November 2020.

And the movie that would have that release date, The Eternals starring Angelina Jolie, has been pushed back to 2021.

Waiting: The Scarlett Johansson starring Black Widow has bumped from the original May 2020 slot to November 2020

Waiting: The Scarlett Johansson starring Black Widow has bumped from the original May 2020 slot to November 2020

Waiting: The Scarlett Johansson starring Black Widow has bumped from the original May 2020 slot to November 2020

Meanwhile, the upcoming Indiana Jones sequel was released on July 19, 2022.

The film, which again stars Harrison Ford, is the first film since the critically ludicrous Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.

The 2008 movie made nearly $ 800 million at the global box office, anything but a sequel.

Not Again: Meanwhile, the upcoming Indiana Jones sequel was released on July 19, 2022

Not Again: Meanwhile, the upcoming Indiana Jones sequel was released on July 19, 2022

Not Again: Meanwhile, the upcoming Indiana Jones sequel was released on July 19, 2022

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