MCU: 10 Worst Things That Happened In 2020

Like us, even MCU had a tough year. In 2020, fans had no new Marvel content to watch. And due to the ongoing pandemic, still, some shows and films are being delayed. Let’s check out the ten worst things that happened to Marvel in 2020 in the list below. 

10. Delaying Black Widow

Fans were waiting with bated breath for Marvel’s Black Widow to be released on May 1, 2020. However, Disney pushed back its launch date to May 7, 2021, after the global pandemic broke out by mid-March in 2020.

9. Putting Shang-Chi On Hold

The filming of Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings began in February 2020, but it got halted after the pandemic spread worldwide. Later on, Marvel decided to suspend its production along with other projects. Now, the film is scheduled to release in May 2021.

8. Pushing Back Eternals

Like other projects, the release of Eternals got halted after the pandemic began. The filming had already wrapped on February 4, 2020. However, some post-production work is remaining. So now, the film is slated to release on November 5, 2021.

7. Spider-Man Filming

The filming of some parts for the next Spider-Man movie has already been shot, but the cast list is not finalized yet. However, some sources say that Andrew Garfield had joined the cast, while some say that, Tobey Maguire might return as the spider-man. It has made fans confused and nervous about the future of the film.

6. Scott Derrickson Left The Doctor Strange Sequel

Due to creative differences, Scott Derickson left the Doctor Strange sequel. Fans are wondering what would Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness have been if the director had filmed it.

5. Suspending WandaVision

Fans were happy when WandaVission was scheduled to release last year, but it got suspended. Due to the global pandemic, the film got further delayed, and now, it is set to arrive in 2021.

4. Delayed in Launch For The Falcon And The Winter Soldier

Just like WandaVission, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier got suspended by Disney Plus in March 2020. As of now, the show won’t arrive until March 2021.

3. Filming Pushed Back On Loki

Fans were sad to see the charming Tom Hiddleston return in Disney Plus’s Loki. As of now, the film won’t make it on Disney Plus until May 2021. 

2. On-Site Work Suspended On What If…?

The new Disney Plus’s show What If…? got suspended as well, and it is scheduled to release in mid-2021. Sources reveal that the second season is already in development.

1. No Marvel Movies Came Out

Since 2010, Marvel released at least one film in a year. But in 2020, fans saw that no single film was released, and this all due to the pandemic.

Final Words

So these were the films that were affected by the global pandemic. We hope this year changes everything, and we get to see all our favorite characters return in various movies and series. Stay tuned for more updates.


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