UPDATE: Mulan now also delayed, no new release date as yet.
A Quiet Place 2 is one of the latest (at time of writing!) films to have its release moved back due to the coronavirus.
Director and writer John Krasinski announced the news about the Paramount film on Twitter today, though unlike No Time To Die, pushed back to November this year, no new release date has been set.
The sequel to the 2018 horror smash was meant to be released in the US and UK on 20 March.
Disney’s Mulan, due to be released on 27 March in the UK and the US, is still going ahead with its European premiere in London tonight, though without a red carpet.
Fast & Furious 9 is now also delayed, and will be coming out in April 2021 in the US.
Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway was given a new release date earlier this week; it’s moved from its Easter slot to August.