Warner Bros. delays 'The Batman' 2021 release by 4 months

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Warner Bros. is the latest movie studio to make changes to its release schedule due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The studio announced on Monday that it is delaying the theatrical releases of Matt Reeves' "The Batman" and "The Sopranos" prequel "The Many Saints of Newark."

The studio says that “The Sopranos” film will be pushed from September 2020 to a March 2021 release, while “The Batman” starring Robert Pattinson will be delayed four months, to October 2021.

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Many studios have shuffled release dates due to both shuttered productions and the closure of movie theaters to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

This year also lost the Will Smith drama “King Richard,” which has been moved back a year to November 2021, and a biographical drama about Black Panthers activist Fred Hampton set for August which now has no release date.

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Baz Luhrmann’s yet-to-be-titled Elvis film that Tom Hanks was shooting in Australia when he and Rita Wilson tested positive for COVID-19 was delayed a month to November 2021.

This image released by Warner Bros. shows Zachary Levi, left, and Jack Dylan Grazer in a scene from 'Shazam!'

This image released by Warner Bros. shows Zachary Levi, left, and Jack Dylan Grazer in a scene from 'Shazam!' (Steve Wilkie/Warner Bros. Entertainment via AP)

The studio has not abandoned summer 2020 entirely, however. Warner Bros. still has Christopher Nolan’s “Tenet” dated for July 17 and “Wonder Woman 1984,” which was pushed back from June, for an Aug. 14 theatrical release.

"Shazam 2" starring Zachery Levi is now set for release on November 4, 2022, after originally being slated for release on April 1, 2022

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But one film moved up on the calendar: The DC superhero film “The Flash” is now expected in June 2022 instead of July.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.