You all must be knowing about the deadly disease covid -19 due to coronavirus.
This disease started from the Wuhan city of China and now it has become pandemic from the epidemic. It has spread globally. It spreads through human contacts and there are no vaccines available to tackle the disease so just to avoid the spreading of coronavirus, the government advised the public to avoid large mass gathering.
Is coronavirus affecting the production of tv shows and movies?
It has affected the production of shows and movies in a very negative way.
This news is confirmed that Netflix and Disney+ is going to stop all their shows production to avoid coronavirus spread.
The government said that staying at home can help us in containing the coronavirus. So these restrictions are going to disturb the production of shows and movies in the US and Canada for at least two weeks.
Since there are no confirmed cases of covid 19 in the disney+ production team but they are taking precautionary measures by stopping the production of live-action films for two weeks for health and safety concerns.
For Disney – the live-action remake of The Little Mermaid and maybe more are in production stages, are going to be affected by a coronavirus. This also includes Marvel’s Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings director, Destin Daniel Creation, told everyone they are under self-isolation waiting for test results of covid-19 resulting in a stop of production of the first unit in London.
How Disney is encouraging its audience?
Disney has decided to bring some shows to encourage the people surrounding all around with fear of coronavirus.
Frozen 2 and The Rise of Skywalker is going to come on Disney+ much earlier than its releasing date for the sake of audience to entertain them at home.
Stranger Things, Grace and Frankie, Sex/Life, and Ryan Murphy’s The Prom, have also stopped their production due to coronavirus spread
The production for The Falcon And The Winter Soldier, Loki, and WandaVision due to coronavirus has also been stopped.T The production for Robert Pattinson’s The Batman is also stopped in London.
Disney is even going to shut down all its parks and places where large mass gatherings can be avoided.