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Adam Brody
Ken Marino
Todd Holoubek
Mather Zickel
Ali Marsh
Raisy Pereyra
Edmund Genest
Ron Silver
Heidi Neurauter
Michael Ziegfeld
Jason Antoon
Andrea Rosen
Chris Wylde
Siri Baruc
Reed Birney
Erica Oyama
Gretchen Mol
A.D. Miles
Alfredo Gonzalez
Paco Mauri
Victoria Prez
Fernando Baena
Justin Theroux
Tommy Nelson
Nina Hellman
Beth Dover
Liev Schreiber
Zak Orth
Matt Ballard
Novella Nelson
Scott Sowers
Michael Mulheren
Kevin Allison
Kerri Kenney
Cedric Sanders
Arlen Escarpeta
Oliver Platt
David Wain
Thomas Lennon
Zandy Hartig
Joe Lo Truglio
Charlie McDermott
Zach Page
Janeane Garofalo
Antonio Zavala
Michael Ian Black
Michael Showalter
Joe Passaro
Jerry Grayson
John Tormey
Philip Levy
H. Jon Benjamin
Jonathan Stern
Peter Salett
David Diaan
Bobby Cannavale
Robert Ben Garant
Andrew Dawson
John Patrick Barry
Fred Basco
Jack Fisher
Seth Herzog
Andy Kaufman
Paul Richard Kessler
Morris S. Levy
Tom McHugh
Phil Michas
Peter Moore
David Ressel
Noam Rosen
Eric Tepper
Craig Wedren
Sarge Pickman
Adam Bertocci
Jonathan Davis
David Fariborz Davoodian
Monique Dupree
Alexis Iacono
Devin Robbins
Rich Rothbell
Joey Sontz
Bailey Varness
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Year: 2007
UK release date BBFC Age Rating:  15 age rating

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Disney have taken their time to decide how to release the Marvel movie Black Widow starring Scarlett Johansson but today they have moved the movie from May 7th to July 9th and as well as movie theatres will release the movie to Disney+ Premier Access, so an extra £19.99 ($30 in America) per movie on top of your monthly cost!

With cinemas in the UK set to re-open mid May this a needed delay, although this now gives the movie a clash with Top Gun: Maverick so we could see a move there soon as well.

Black Widow

This new release date for Black Widow means also on the move is another Marvel movie, Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, which changes from July 9th to September 3rd, same day as Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City.

The Pixar movie Luca will still release on June 18th but will go directly to Disney+, interestingly not the extra cost Premier Access, a surprise movie as kids movies have done very well during the lockdowns?

Also on the move are Free Guy starring Ryan Reynolds which changes May 21st to August 13th, which means The King's Man is changing August 20th to December 22nd, currently the same day as Jon Chu's screen adaptation of Wicked and Kenneth Branagh's Death on the Nile which moves September 17th 2021 to February 11th 2022, currently the same day as video game adaptation Uncharted.


Finally the 101 Dalmatians prequel movie Cruella will still get a May 28th release but as well as a theatrical release will get a Disney+ with Premier Access, so yes the extra £19.99 ($30 in America).

This is a movie Disney had to make, especially for Black Widow with its much delayed release. Cinemas across the world are staring to open up as the pandemic gets under control with the rollout of the vaccine doing well, lets hope this is the last move for these movies.

With cinemas set to open in the UK around May 17th the return of the box office is still a couple of months away but getting close.

If your fed up with these moves, heres Ryan Reynolds to put a light hearted spin on it all.

NOTE: The price of Disney+ Premier Access is based on previous releases and could change at anytime.

We all knew it was coming but hoped that maybe somehow things would improve, but with the slow reopening of cinemas and paying audiences still not feeling safe many films have had their release schedules changed.

Among them are Black Widow, Eternals, Death On The Nile, Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings and West Side Story, most of which have now gone into 2021 which at the moment seems like a safer bet.

West Side Story

Black Widow starring Scarlett Johansson has changed to May 7th 2021 and is perhaps one of the biggest to have a change, this could still see a debut on Disney+ if things don't improve quick enough.

West Side Story from director Steven Spielberg has gone on a whole year to December 10th 2021, this originally set to be a big 2020 holiday movie and Oscar contender.

Interestingly Denis Villeneuve's adaptation of Dune which was set to be released the same day has not (yet) moved from December 18th 2020.

Death On The Nile has moved to December 18th 2020, not into 2021 yet but it is the same day as Dune and (which I'm sure will move) and long awaited comedy sequel starring Eddie Murphy, Coming 2 America, although with no trailer or poster yet this will move to same time in 2021 at some point.

Eternals, another Marvel feature, has moved to later in 2021, November 5th, and also from Marvel Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings has changed to July 9th.

West Side Story

With the UK about to go back into some kind of lockdown the state of cinemas is looking as uncertain as ever, it is being suggested that Tenet's box office was effected because Warner Bros. opened the movie when people were simply not ready to go back to the movies.

There needs to be a breakthrough in overcoming the virus and cinema chains regaining the trust of the public before things will truly recover and that could be more like the end of 2021 in reality.

Source of much of this story @GiteshPandya on twitter