All the Studio Films That Hope to Resume (or Start) Shooting, From ‘Little Mermaid’ to ‘The Batman’

Brian Welk

The coronavirus left dozens of Hollywood films in limbo as they were forced to shut down either mid-production or just as they preparing to shoot. Now all those films will need to resume at a point when it is deemed safe to do so, most likely with stringent new restrictions on set. How will films proceed without the aid of large numbers of extras? Will studios look to resume productions in foreign countries that have already begun reopening? And will they be able to meet new timelines after studios have already been forced to juggle their release slates for 2020 and beyond? TheWrap has compiled a list of movies from each studio that will need to either resume or start production. This list will be updated as more information becomes available: Also Read: All the Hollywood Films Arriving on Demand Early Because of the Coronavirus Disney & 20th Century Studios “The Last Duel” What: Director Ridley Scott’s historical drama, from 20th Century (formerly Fox), stars Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, Adam Driver and Jodie Comer. Status: Began filming in February in France and completed four and a half weeks of shooting, with production shut down in Ireland in March Release Date:...

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