Lupita Nyong'o, left, and Letitia Wright in a scene from Marvel Studios' "Black Panther." AP
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Walt Disney Co on Monday delayed the release of Marvel Studios' sequels to "Black Panther," "Thor" and "Doctor Strange" by several months and pushed the next big-screen outing for adventurer "Indiana Jones" to 2023.
"Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness" moved to May 6, 2022, from March 25, Disney said in an updated release schedule.
That forced Marvel to postpone its other 2022 superhero films. "Thor: Love and Thunder," which had been set for a May 6 release, was moved to July 8, 2022. "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever" was set for Nov. 11, 2022 instead of in July.
The fifth movie in the "Indiana Jones" series starring Harrison Ford was delayed until June 30, 2023, instead of July 29. Ford, 79, suffered a shoulder injury
Hollywood studios have shuffled their movie schedules several times during the COVID-19 pandemic. Theater operators are counting on big blockbusters to help lure audiences back after extended closures.
Among other changes, "The Marvels" is now scheduled for February 2023 and "Ant Man and the Wasp: Quantumania" for July 2023.
The live-action film that was originally supposed to come out in March 2020 has decided to opt for a digital debut on Sept.24, in addition to being released in select cinemas in various markets.
Every movie year offers up a parade of hits and flops. But in 2019, no winner was in the same galaxy as the Walt Disney Co. And the biggest loser might have been anyone less thrilled about the Box-office domination of franchise films.
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Pakistan Punjab Police in a statement said that they are investigating all aspects related to this incident and strict legal action will be taken against those responsible.
On Sunday afternoon, the 'Dabangg' star shared a video clip, where his fans are seen showering milk on an 'Antim: The Final Truth' poster featuring Salman in a Sikh avtar.
The 60-year-old actor-director flew over the handlebars of his bike when a car turned in front of him while riding in Sardinia, Italy, in 2018, and was convinced he would die in the aftermath, reports femalefirst.co.uk.