Coming to a theater near you: a marquee with no movie titles on it, but instead big letters that say “gone out of business.”
The COVID-19 pandemic has thrown the film industry for a loop, particularly when it comes to movies that were set to come out soon.
The domestic box office posted its lowest total numbers in 20 years as people stayed home because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The aforementioned Avengers: Endgame was arguably the biggest film of the 2010s, from inarguably the biggest studio in the world: Disney, a mega-company that keeps swallowing other companies in its wake.
The Sonic the Hedgehog movie has enjoyed a strong first weekend at the US box office, opening to $57 million, according to Box Office Mojo.
Disney is moving forward with Aladdin 2, a sequel to last year's live-action remake and has hired a pair of writers to pen a script that is an original story and not based on any of the animated sequels.