As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, studios are beginning to shift release dates for upcoming, highly-anticipated movies. What started with the James Bond film “No Time To Die” being delayed has now affected the release dates of “Fast & Furious 9” and “A Quiet Place Part II.”

Filmmaker John Krasinski made the announcement on Twitter on Thursday that, “due to ever-changing circumstances of what’s going on in the world around us,” a decision has been made to delay the “A Quiet Place” sequel's release. Its new release date is currently unknown.

Krasinski signed his initials at the bottom of the message, misleading some fans with hope.

Alongside this announcement, coronavirus has also delayed yet another movie -- “Fast & Furious 9” (also known as “F9”), as reported by Variety. Universal Studios made the decision due to the intense impact the coronavirus is having on film distribution and the global economy. The outlet also noted that global box office revenue would be seriously impacted without audiences in Italy, South Korea, and China being able to see the film in theaters.

Dwayne Johnson and Vin Diesel
Pictured: Dwayne Johnson and Vin Diesel pose for photographers during the premiere of the movie "Fast and Furious 5" at Cinepolis Lagoon on April 15, 2011 in Rio de Janeiro. Getty Images/Buda Mendes

Unlike “A Quiet Place Part II,” a new release date “F9” has already been announced. The ninth installment in the “Fast & Furious” franchise will now debut in U.S. theaters on April 2, 2021, nearly one whole year after its initial May 22, 2020 release date.

“Fast 9” has been delayed once already, with the original release date meant for 2019, according to CinemaBlend.

The news of the delay of “F9” comes after star Vin Diesel shared earlier this month how strongly he felt about not delaying the film. “We need movies now more than ever,” he told USA Today.

“No Time To Die,” a James Bond outing, has also been significantly delayed. MGM and Eon announced last week that it was pushing the movie's April U.S. release date to Nov. 25.