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From ‘Avatar 3’ to ‘Blade,’ writers’ strike modifies Disney release dates

Los Angeles, United States, June 13 (EFE).- The Hollywood Writers Guild strike has caused companies such as The Walt Disney Studios to modify the scheduled release dates for some of their most anticipated releases, the company announced Tuesday..

“Avatar 3,” “Thunderbolts,” “Blade,” “Avengers: The Kang Dynasty” or “Avengers: Secret Wars” are just some of the titles that will see their arrival in theaters altered, The studio said, because productions have been paused or because scripts are not ready.

“Avatar 3,” will officially be delayed by a year and be released on Dec. 19, 2025, meaning the saga’s fourth and fifth will not come out until Dec. 21, 2029 and on December 19, 2031, respectively.

“Each Avatar film is an exciting but epic undertaking that takes time to bring to the quality level we as filmmakers strive for and audiences have come to expect,” Franchise producer Jon Landau wrote Tuesday on Twitter about the profile changes.

The start of filming for “Thunderbolts” and “Blade” remains on hold until the strike ends, while “Avengers: The Kang Dynasty” and “Avengers: Secret Wars” will be delayed by a year and released on May 1, 2026, and on May 7, 2026 respectively.

On the other hand, the still untitled “Deadpool” film will be released on May 3, 2024 and “Captain America: Brave New World” will be postponed to July 26 of that same year.

“Fantastic Four” will go from Feb. 14, 2025 to May 2 of that year and Rami Malek’s film, “The Amateur” (20th Century Studios), will be released on Nov. 8, 2024.

As for the Star Wars universe films still being developed, one will move its release date from Dec. 19, 2025 to May 22, 2026 and that the other, will see the light on Dec. 18, 2026. EFE


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