Marvel Studios Reportedly Resuming all MCU Productions in September

There is little doubt that the Coronavirus outbreak has already shut down the production on every major film and TV series. However, it looks like it will still be a long way before Marvel Studios gets back to work. A new report reveals that the studio is aiming to resume production in September.

The report comes from Murphy's Multiverse, which suggests that Marvel Studios is looking to begin working on its major projects later this year. Interestingly, the "potential timeline" that is currently in discussion would be in September.

"As Marvel Studios has suspended productions all over the world, the heads have convened and began studying models that might allow them to determine when they can get back to work. One current projection being talked about in both Atlanta and Los Angeles is a September return to work," the report reads.

It sounds like Marvel is already hoping to resume production on The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, which is believed to start shooting in LA before the COVID-19 shutdowns. However, it is important to point out that the plans have not yet been confirmed by Marvel Studios so it is best to take this with a grain of salt.

There have been several major changes for the Marvel Cinematic Universe projects that were set to premiere this year. For instance, Black Widow has been pushed back to November while The Eternals will be getting a new release date next year. Although The Falcon and the Winter Soldier has not yet been given an official premiere date, the series was expected to stream on Disney+ later this year. Stay tuned for more updates on this story.

Related: Eternals Gets Delayed and Black Widow Takes Its Release Date

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