Sony has announced that they are delaying the releases of all of their summer 2020 movies until 2021. This means if you were excited to see movies such as Morbius and Ghostbusters: Afterlife we will heave to wait even longer. The move comes from the industry-wide delays do to the shutdown of movie theaters during the coronavirus. The pandemic from the coronavirus, COVID-19, is being felt all all over the world, and the entertainment industry is just one many businesses that’s trying to adapt. To help slow the spread of the virus, world governments are ordering non-essential businesses closed (like movie theaters) and encouraging their citizens to keep their distance from one another. The longer these shutdowns go on, though, the less likely it appears movie theaters will open until mid-summer, forcing many studios to reshuffle the release dates for their upcoming movies. Some films, like Universal’s F9, have been pushed back a whole year, while others, like Warner Bros.’ WONDER WOMAN 1984 are holding off until August.