It’s taken two years for the X-Males spinoff The New Mutants to make it to theaters, and the film has now been pulled from its most recent release date of April three resulting from public well being issues relating to COVID-19.
The announcement comes on the heels of an in depth checklist of different movie delays. A Quiet Place 2, F9, and No Time to Die have all had their launch dates pushed, and Disney has additionally pulled the discharge of Mulan and the Guillermo del Toro-produced horror film Antlers, in response to the World Health Organization (WHO) declaring coronavirus to be a pandemic. The NBA additionally announced that it was suspending its regular season indefinitely, and South by Southwest, Coachella, and Digital Leisure Expo have been cancelled or postponed.
The New Mutants, which stars Anya Taylor-Pleasure, Maisie Williams, and Charlie Heaton as comics characters Magik, Wolfsbane, and Cannonball, respectively, focuses on a bunch of younger mutants who’re trapped in a secret facility and should combat their method out.
The film has been delayed indefinitely, and there’s no official assertion from 20th Century Studios but.