Marvel returns to deal with suspended projects

Marvel returns to deal with suspended projects
It seems that Marvel Studios are returning to work on projects suspended for five months now due to the covid-19 pandemic. As reported by the Murphy's Multiverse website (you can read the original article at this link), Marvel Studios will restart the projects of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, Loki and Hawkeye very soon. According to the aforementioned article, the crews of the three TV shows have set to work for the return to production in the coming weeks.

It also appears that the works on The Falcon and The Winter Soldier and Loki will begin at Atlanta Pinewood Studio just next week or early September. Hawkeye, on the other hand, seems to be still in the pre-production phase and it is assumed (again in the article cited) that shooting will start in October. Nothing is known, however, about WandaVision whose work should take place in Los Angeles which is still in full lockdown phase due to the numerous cases of contagion from covid-19 in California.

For The Falcon and The Winter Soldier we know, from the statements of the star Sebastian Stan that, a few months ago, before the lockdown and the total blockade of the film industry, there were a few weeks of shooting before the product was finished.

Loki - Disney, All Rights Reserved For now there are no other news and we await official news from both Disney and Marvel Studios. It is hoped that all Marvel productions that have remained pending in recent months, even those that we have not mentioned in the article and of which we have no news yet, will be able to restart as soon as possible, so as to have new dates for distribution. Right now, the release of the next Marvel Black Widow film, scheduled for November 6 this year, remains confirmed.

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