Black Widow might face delay in release amidst the pandemic! It's unknown when the new Black Widow release date would be.
The news of the Black Widow release date getting changed follows the release date for Wonder Woman 1984 getting pushed back from October to December; what remains to be seen is whether or not Marvel will now release Black Widow in December, where it would battle both WB's Dune and Wonder Woman 1984, or push Black Widow to 2021. Kids, after all, are mostly stuck at home. Disney is considering a move of the Scarlett Johansson-starring film's theatrical release date amidst the pandemic, according to reports by Deadline on Tuesday (September 15).
While Disney has yet to confirm another Black Widow delay, it wouldn't be surprising in light of Warner Bros. recent decision to push back Wonder Woman 1984's release until Christmas Day. "Warner Bros.' domestic box office for Tenet, which only made United States dollars 6.7M in its second stateside weekend (technically 3rd) is an indicator of this, of course, with New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco closures being a further stumbling block". Right now, No Time to Die is the only major release left in November, and MGM could very well vacate that spot soon. Theaters aren't going back to normal any time soon while the pandemic still rages on in the US, and studios are going to have to accept that fact.
It's uncertain what the delay of Black Widow would mean for the future Marvel slate, which includes The Eternals, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the 10 Rings, and Thor: Love and Thunder.