Those hoping to see highly anticipated movies like “Black Widow” and “West Side Story” this year will be disappointed about the latest major film studio announcements.

Disney and 20th Century Studios confirmed on Wednesday that it will delay the 2020 release of two of its biggest upcoming films amid the coronavirus pandemic, as noted The Hollywood Reporter.

“Black Widow,” which stars Scarlett Johansson as the titular character, was expected to be released on Nov. 6. However, the Marvel film has now been pushed to May 7, 2021.

Meanwhile, 20th Century and Amblin announced that Steven Spielberg’s upcoming “West Side Story” release date will be delayed by almost a year. Initially scheduled to open on Dec. 18, the film is now expected to hit theaters on Dec. 10, 2021.

The upcoming Marvel film “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” is also receiving similar treatment. The film was supposed to open in theaters on May 7, 2021, but has been pushed to July 9, 2021.

Despite multiple big-screen premiere delays, there are still several films that have kept their 2020 release dates, like 20th Century's “Free Guy” and Pixar’s “Soul.” However, “Death on the Nile” will be slightly delayed but will still maintain its 2020 debut. Initially scheduled for Oct. 23, the 20th Century movie will now open on Dec. 18.

Film fanatics will be wise to look out for release date changes as movie studios continue to adjust their schedules due to the pandemic.

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"Black Widow" stars Scarlet Johansson as Natasha Romanoff. Marvel Studios