Marvel delays 4 movies as Captain America 4 ‘poor test screening’ means reshoots | Films | Entertainment
As the Hollywood strike ends, studios are getting back to work and announcing some inevitable release date delays.
Disney’s Marvel Studios will be moving back four of the next five MCU movies.
Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman’s Deadpool 3, which is 50 percent through filming, has been moved from May 3, 2024 to July 26, 2024.
Ironically, this is the only MCU film to hit theaters in 2024, with Disney focusing on streaming after a couple of years of disappointing box office.
Meanwhile, three more MCU movies are now slated for release in 2025 with the Fantastic Four Reboot, set to begin on May 2, 2025.
Anthony Mackie and Harrison Ford’s Captain America: Brave New World has been moved back from July 26, 2024 all the way to February 14, 2025.
According to showrunner Jeff Sneider, Captain America 4 is being delayed after it “didn’t do great in test screening”.
It has been reported that three sequences are being cut and re-shoots are planned from January to early summer.
Meanwhile, the Florence Pugh-led Thunderbolts have moved back from December 20, 2024 to July 25, 2025.
Additionally, Mahershala Ali’s Blade has been delayed from February 14, 2025 to November 7, 2025.
The latest MCU movie, The Marvels is out in theaters today, and the final episode of Loki season 2 is now streaming on Disney+.
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