Disney Delays Mulan, Two Other Movies, At The Last Minute Due To Coronavirus

Disney has delayed Mulan, New Mutants, and Antlers due to the virus outbreak.

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In addition to closing Disneyland, the entertainment giant announced Thursday that it is delaying three of its upcoming movies, including Mulan, due to COVID-19 (coronavirus).

Mulan was previously scheduled to release in theatres on March 27, but it's now been delayed. Additionally, Disney is delaying the superhero movie New Mutants (previously due out on April 3) and also pushing back the Guillermo Del Toro movie Antlers (expected April 17).

This news comes from The Hollywood Reporter. New release dates for these films were not announced.

The delay of these Disney movies follow the news from Universal that it was delaying Fast & Furious 9 an entire year due to concerns around the coronavirus.

In the video game world, this month's Game Developers Conference was postponed, while E3 2020 has been canceled entirely.

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