The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted most every aspect of American life, including the movie industry. Theaters have closed and production has shut down on nearly every production throughout the world, delaying the release of major films. Here’s a list of all the movies postponed by the outbreak, starting with the mind-bending spy thriller “Tenet,” originally planned for a July 17 release but now delayed to Sept. 3. Directed by Christopher Nolan, “Tenet” stars John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki and Aaron Taylor-Johnson. Which other films have been delayed?
Directed by: Gerard Bush and Christopher Renz
Starring: Janelle Monae, Jack Huston, Kiersey Clemons
The horror film, starring Monae as a successful author trapped in a mind-bending, terrifying reality, had its theatrical release pushed back from April 24 to Aug. 21 but is now getting a video-on-demand release Sept. 18.