Black Widow’s release date moved once again.

It looks like more bad news for fans of the MCU and Scarlett Johansson with reports that her solo spin-off film, Black Widow, will once again see it’s release date moved due to the ongoing, worldwide Coronavirus pandemic and now Disney has announced that it’s moving the Marvel Studios project to May 7th, 2021.

Black Widow was originally scheduled to hit theaters in May 2020 before moving to November of this year. It’s new date will also have a knock-on effect, pushing other upcoming MCU features back further from their currently scheduled release dates. Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings will see its May 7th, 2021 release date pushed to July 9th, 2021. The Eternals is now moving from February 12th, 2021 to November 5th, 2021.

This all follows hot on the footsteps of Warner Brothers‘ announcement that DC’s Wonder Woman 1984 will also get a rescheduled release date once again, moving from its from it’s already rescheduled date of October 2nd to December 25th this year.

This of course throws speculation on whether we’ll see further big movie releases moved with the latest James Bond film, No Time To Die, still scheduled for a November 12th UK release and then a week later in the US and Denis Villeneuve’s Dune is also still speculatively slated for a December 18th UK release, although it’s recently released trailer carried no official release date, stating it was “coming soon to theatres”.