Currently many Marvel fans are upset that they are not in theaters watching Black Widow. The film was dated May 1, 2020, but was delayed due to the spread of the health crisis.
However, while the change in plans delayed Black Widow until November this year, that’s where the Scarlett Johansson movie was planned to drop all the time.
Originally, everyone seems to indicate that May 1, 2020 was the date “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3” was released in theaters. But for other reasons he suffered a delay and put Black Widow now in his place.
In July 2018, during San Diego Comic-Con week, it was revealed that James Gunn and Disney were breaking up when it came to “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.3.”
It’s strange to say but this would be sad for me because I wouldn’t have #TheSuicideSquad.
— James Gunn (@JamesGunn) May 1, 2020
Gunn, who directed the first two Guardians films for Marvel Studios, was fired from directing the third installment despite the fact that the production had been preparing to perform on set in Atlanta.
It would have been the perfect movie to keep the momentum of “Avengers: Endgame.” The Guardians of the Galaxy played a major role in him and would likely have inherited Chris Hemsworth as Thor, at least for part of the film.
If it had not been for this event, we would not have the opportunity to enjoy “The Suicide Squad” directed by James Gunn, so all that remains is to wait for the theaters to return to their relative normality.