As the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic continues to cause chaos across the globe, this morning brings word on several further genre offerings affected by the uncertainty that’s been created by this pandemic.
Following the delays of several movies and TV projects, Warner Brothers has moved to confirm postponements for both Wonder Woman 1984, Scoob!, and Malignant.
Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman sequel has seen its June 5th release date switched to August 14th, while the animated Scoob! has been indefinitely removed from The WB’s release schedule and will not be hitting the silver screen on May 15th as initially planned.
Elsewhere, James Wan’s Malignant has likewise been removed from Warners’ release schedule for now. That mysterious horror offering was originally booked for August 14th.
On the small screen, the season finale of The Walking Dead’s tenth season is being delayed due to Coronavirus fears. That final episode of Season Ten was due to air on April 12th, but that has been made impossible due to COVID-19 restrictions meaning that post-production on the season finale cannot be completed.
As such, The Walking Dead’s current season will conclude on April 5th, with the planned season finale to “appear as a special episode later in the year.”