If Black Widow does move from its November spot, it could mean that the entire MCU slate will have to move with it for a second time. This could cause more staggered releases for films and shows currently getting back into production. However, this could be a benefit for directors and writers, especially for the filmmakers of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness who are still reworking the movie after Scott Derrickson’s departure as its director early this year.
In a report from Deadline about Wonder Woman 1984 moving from its October release date, the outlet noted that it would move somewhere in November, which is when Black Widow plans to release.
“There is a possibility we could see Wonder Woman 1984 going somewhere in November — yes, November. There are whispers, and Disney would not confirm today, that its Marvel movie Black Widow could move from its November 6 release date.”
As Deadline states, Disney would not comment on the “whispers” about Black Widow shifting its release date once again.