Disney Delays Release of ‘Mulan,’ ‘New Mutants,’ and ‘Antlers’ Amid Outbreak

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In a busy day for delayed releases, Disney has just announced that its upcoming projects Mulan, New Mutants, and Antlers will all be delayed indefinitely as a result of coronavirus.

This is just the latest delay for New Mutants, which has been repeatedly postponed due to creative issues and scheduling headaches at Fox before Disney acquired the property. It was originally set for April 2018 before being delayed to February and later August 2019 before settling on April 3, 2020. It is now indefinitely postponed.

These films join the now rapidly expanding list of studio releases that have seen their premieres postponed and rescheduled including Fast 9, A Quiet Place Part 2, The Lovebirds, and No Time To Die. As this is an ongoing and evolving situation, keep following Nerds and Beyond for more information on other cancellations and delays.

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