The Coronavirus pandemic has affected not only the global health, but also to the entertainment industry. Hollywood has been virtually paralyzed by the outbreak and many filming has been suspended inside and outside the United States. Delayed releases that cause, according to experts, million-dollar losses that border 20 million.
According to an article published by the Hollywood Reporter, it is estimated that each day of shooting that is suspended in movies like Shang-Chi and The Legend of the Ten Rings costs Disney $350,000. From Mission Impossible 7 to the remake of The Little Mermaid, see which films that have suffered the same fate.
Filming of the animated movies in New Zealand had to be canceled due to the global crisis triggered by the expansion of COVID-19. “It will be worth the wait. It is a promise,” wrote actor Stephen Lang, one of the cast members of the saga.
The Little Mermaid
One of the most popular Disney projects at the moment is the live action film The Little Mermaid. The shooting of the film was also canceled due to the pandemic.
Mission Impossible 7
The seventh installment of the film starring Tom Cruise has suffered the same fate. Paramount’s plans have been affected by the strong outbreak in Italy, since the film was being shot in Venice.