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Not only were the films scheduled to premiere postponed due to this pandemic, but the films that are only in the production phase had to be unexpectedly paused for the safety of the producers and the cast. As of March 14, Shang-Chi (from Marvel Studios) and Stranger Things 4 (from Netflix) had to postpone filming to keep everyone safe.On March 15, a series of Marvel films on the online service Disney+ had to stop production and this will seriously affect the launch date of the largest superhero studio on the planet on this service. In its latest post, Marvel Studios shared a list of series that had to halt production.
WandaVision.For The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, according to official sources, the producer and cast of the series were forced to leave Prague and Czechoslovakia last week due to the rapid spread of coronavirus in this country and of course, audiences think Marvel Studios hasn't filmed everything they need. Only a short time later, Deadline, a news site that confirmed the previous production-stopping of Loki, also shared that WandaVision encountered a similar case.
Falcon And The Winter Soldier.With this production halt, Falcon and The Winter Soldier will launch in the second half of 2020, WandaVision may be pushed back to the original release date, but more importantly, this will cause Disney new streaming services' content to become seriously inadequate. On the other hand, Loki is expected to be launched in 2021, so it will not be severely affected by the production halt. While these precautions are absolutely necessary, it still frustrates many fans as they will have to wait for quite a long time to see the series associated with the MCU on the small screen.