If you’re like us, you were maybe looking forward to the upcoming release of A Quiet Place Part II.
Or maybe No Time to Die.
Or maybe Fast & Furious 9 (if you’re into that sort of thing).
But, do to the concern of the coronavirus, these are three of the first movies to postpone their release dates.
No Time To Die kicked things off with an announcement on March 4th that they would be moving the release date to November 25, 2020.
Deadline.com says, “The decision to movie No Time to Die, we hear, was fully supported by everyone involved with the movie.”
Today, March 12, A Quiet Place II also announced that their start date would be delayed.
This is the most drastic delay, as their original release date would have been March 20th.
John Krasinki, director of the films, took to twitter to address the situation.
The Verge has the full story.
Fast & Furious 9 has also been pushed back, all the way to spring of 2021.