As expected, Disney has officially postponed the release date of Black Widow. Amid a growing coronavirus pandemic, all major Hollywood studios have delayed their upcoming blockbusters for the foreseeable future. While films like MGM's No Time to Die has already locked down a November release date, others — such as Marvel's Black Widow — have simply been delayed indefinitely with no current release date in mind.
With a cloud of uncertainty looming over the roof of the House of Mouse, fans have started campaigning for Marvel to release the movie on Disney+. Admittedly, such a move would come across as totally unexpected and borderline impossible. What Marvel could do, however, is make it available through streaming on-demands partners like Vudu, Amazon, and the like. After all, Universal announced yesterday it would be doing a similar move with new releases for the foreseeable future.
Black Widow has yet to set a new release date. Keep scrolling to see what fans are saying about adding it to Disney+. Do you think Marvel Studios would ever add it to Disney+? Why or why not? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section!
Would Be Awesome?
It Started With an Idea
Just drop Black Widow on Disney plus tomorrow or something pic.twitter.com/uEoyCaiyuM— SacredScofield (@ScofieldSpecter) March 17, 2020
Pretty, Pretty Please
I'll Help the Cause
@disneyplus @MarvelStudios @Kevfeige I'll be the first to say if need be I will pay to purchase and or watch the new Black Widow film to help generate revenue if it has to to go to streaming due to the outbreak #DoingWhatICan #MCUFanatic #LoveMarvel— Travis Franklin County Bell (@FranklinCounty1) March 17, 2020
Straight to the Point
Spread Some Cheer!
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