That’s right. Netflix hit series The Crown fifth series is set to start filming in July with a new ensemble of actors for the two final seasons.
Kenneth Branagh is set the to play U.K Prime Minister Boris Johnson in Sky Covid-19 TV-series.
The bold move of the studio is unprecedented, as sending all films from 2021 to HBO Max due to the Pandemic.
During the on-going pandemic, a lot of things have changed this year. With social distance as the new norm, it has become harder to have social interaction in the way we are us to do. Wearing masks has become a symbol for the crisis. Protests have been ongoing for a long time in different countries for various reasons.
Recent reports say that Netflix hit-series Stranger Things will resume production of the fourth season. Just like any other productions, the production has halted due to the pandemic.
Disney has a tough time considering the delays with production. Black Widow has prior to this been delayed to November 6, 2020. For the time being, it’s unclear whether it will premiere in theatres or be released for streaming on Disney+.
The premiere of Marvel’s upcoming limited, original series The Falcon and The Winter Soldier will not show up in august on Disney+. First because of an earthquake and then the pandemic.
Some countries have managed to make cope with the pandemic and New Zealand’s government has allowed Amazon Lord of the Rings to resume production.
As the United States starts to re-open its country with several theatres that plan to welcome back their guests, there are still concerns about when Hollywood will return to its original shooting schedule.
American Horror Story aims to have another spin-off in the making with one-hour episodes each of the new TV-series. This is something the creator Ryan Murphy, has confirmed recently.