Hollywood is now completely stopped at the level of production. However, the processes before and after are kept on the go as they can be performed more easily through electronic means. ‘Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness’ has continued its pre-production without problems and for now maintains its goal of starting to shoot in June, it remains to be seen if his release date is affected by having to wait for the previous movie of the UCM is to premiere.
Meanwhile, George Miller also is working on the first steps of his next film, the spin-off of ‘Mad Max’, ‘Furiousa’. The director has been having meetings via Skype with several people for the role, among which Variey stands out to Anya Taylor-Joy.
The actress, born in the united States but with family influences of England and Argentina (he speaks Spanish perfectly), has a promising career ahead with a few roles he has had in Hollywood. He made his debut in the horror movie ‘The Witch’ (also the first film by director Robert Eggers with another promising career), then made the leap to ‘Multiple’ and ‘Glass’, sharing house with James McAvoy, and the coronavirus has affected two of their latest releases, one of them ‘Emma’, an adaptation of a novel by Jane Austen, and the eternally damned ‘The new mutants’, which was delayed for the fifth time a few weeks ago. He has also worked with Edgar Wright (‘Baby Driver’) in ‘Last night in Soho’, which is now in post-production.
Hollywood in standby
The rest of Hollywood is standing. ‘Mission Impossible 7’ had to leave Italy, a country that has a great importance in the movie, so that it is difficult to change the location in these moments. ‘Matrix 4’ had finished filming in San Francisco and was going to start shooting in Berlin. ‘The Batman’ had nearly seven weeks filming in London. ‘Red Notice’, for his part, had been in production in Atlanta for two weeks. It is more than likely that these three major projects to suffer delays in their release dates original.
Source: Code List