Marvel Studios Stops Production On Spider-Man 3 Due To The Coronavirus Pandemic
It’s been revealed that Marvel Studios has been forced to stop production on Spider-Man 3 due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
It hasn’t been an easy road for this third Spider-Man movie, and it looks like it’s going to get a whole lot harder thanks to the Coronavirus.
Marvel Studios has been forced to stop Spider-Man 3’s production due to the pandemic, like all other movies.
This news came from the BFI’s Sight & Sound Magazine, who revealed that work on Tom Holland and Jon Watts’ movie has been postponed.
“Blockbuster productions on pause include The Batman, an as-yet-untitled Spider-Man sequel and Disney’s live-action The Little Mermaid remake,” they wrote.
Production on Spider-Man 3 has been delayed due to the Coronavirus pandemic
As I said above, all movies currently being made in Hollywood have been put on hold due to the virus.
All movies that were scheduled for release this year have been pushed back.
The likes of No Time To Die, Fast and Furious 9, Mulan, Black Widow and even Wonder Woman 1984 have all been pushed back.
We’re living in very strange times right now.
Things are being put on hold. People are being made redundant. People are dying.
It’s a scary time and movies don’t really matter right now, but it’s always sad to hear that a film is going to be delayed due to this virus.
What do you make of this news?
Are you sad to hear that production on Spider-Man 3 has been delayed due to the Coronavirus pandemic?
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