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Halted Hollywood productions due to COVID-19 pandemic

Writer: Florey DM

As the COVID-19 pandemic forces everyone to practice 'social distancing', film productions – which would usually require a huge number of cast and crew to pull off – have had to be put on hold to ensure everyone's safety. Let's take a look below at some of the halted Hollywood productions.


After Marvel's "Shang-Chi" director Destin Daniel Cretton went into self-isolation,
the movie's production in Australia was halted. He later tested negative, but filming
has yet to resume as Disney has shut down all live-action productions for now
(Photo source: Shutterstock | Deadline).


Another Disney live-action movie, "The Little Mermaid" starring Halle Bailey,
had to delay its production start date.


Sisters Dakota and Elle Fanning also have to wait before they can begin filming Sony's big
screen adaptation of "The Nightingale", as pre-productions have been delayed
(Photo source: SlashFilm).

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Cinema Online, 27 March 2020

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