As the release clock ticks, the big question now is what to do about Black Widow, F9, and No Time to Die in a world where most movie theaters remain closed and Wonder Woman 1984 just crashed and burned at the box office.
Black Widow, of course, is the latest chapter in the Marvel Universe juggernaut (that I predict is about to lose a lot of steam as it goes woke). It’s scheduled for a May 7 release.
F9 is the next chapter in the insanely popular Fast & Furious saga, and is scheduled for a May 28 release.
No Time to Die is the newest James Bond offering, the first big toe that is supposed to dip into the theatrical water on April 2.
All of these movies were originally supposed to be released last year, early last year. So in a sane world, they would already have been