‘Black Widow’ Success Predicted in Spite of Coronavirus
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Black Widow opens in less than two months, and predictions are high for success. According to a report from Comicbook.com, the highly anticipated film is not predicted to suffer as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. The film could expect to earn anywhere from $90 to $130 million on opening weekend. Black Widow’s success could place it in ranks with Black Panther and Captain Marvel if those numbers are accurate.
Fear of the Coronavirus has spread rapidly in recent weeks, with more confirmed cases being reported each day. The opening of Mulan has been postponed in China as a result of this outbreak. The public’s fear of contracting the virus has caused uncertainty for public venues. A report in the New York Times explains that many businesses are preparing to take a hit.
Locations such as theaters, museums, and concert halls are questioning what the coming months will bring. Black Widow’s success would mean good things for the theater industry if predictions are correct. Agencies such as the CDC and World Health Organization continue to advise handwashing as the primary method to avoid contracting the Coronavirus. Be sure to follow any new guidance provided by these agencies.
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