“The Black Widow” deals a blow to movie owners


Cairo – By Iman Abdullah – Disney has postponed, on Wednesday, the superhero movie Black Widow and director Steven Spielberg’s West Side Story, to 2021.

The decision deals a blow to movie theaters who had hoped for a return to cinema demand at the end of the year.

The two films were on the list of the most prominent remaining films on the Hollywood schedule for 2020.

The release of “Black Widow” was postponed for a period of 6 months until May 2021, while the release of the Spielberg movie adaptation of the popular Broadway musical of the same name was postponed for a year until December 2021.

Among the remaining big films this year are the new James Bond movie No Time to Die, scheduled for release on November 20, and (Wonder Woman 1984), “The Superwoman 1984”, whose release was recently postponed to December 25.


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