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Disney Studios stops production on ‘The Little Mermaid,’ ‘Shang-Chi’ and different movies

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Walt Disney Studios has briefly ended production of its live-action films, including “The Little Mermaid,” which was booked to start shooting in London one week from now.

The move was focused to constrain the potential spread of the coronavirus.

“While there have been no confirmed cases of COVID-19 on our productions, after considering the current environment and the best interests of our cast and crew, we have decided to pause production on some of our live-action films for a short time,” a Disney studio representative wrote Friday in a statement. “We will continue to assess the situation and restart as soon as feasible.”

Production of the Marvel film “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” had as of now came to a standstill in Australia because of fears of the COVID-19 infection spread. The movie’s chief, Destin Daniel Cretton, is in self-isolate, anticipating the consequences of a COVID-19 test.

Disney made the phenomenal stride of shutting Disneyland and California Adventure starting Saturday. Disney World in Orlando will be covered one week from now. Disney additionally surrendered plans for a March 27 showy arrival of its exceptionally foreseen “Mulan.”

Disney’s TV studios have proceeded with production on a restricted premise, putting forth defense by-case conclusions, as per a representative.

While the infection spread is happening during when most TV appears for the standard communicate season have wrapped, the whirlwind of shoots to make a constant flow of programming for spilling administrations implies there are no breaks underway any more.

Other Disney films underway that have been covered incorporate “Home Alone,” “The Last Duel” and “Nightmare Alley.” Two movies in pre-production, “Peter Pan & Wendy” and “Shrunk” additionally were put on hiatus.

Disney’s decision follows comparable activities by different studios and networks as Hollywood has mixed to react to the pandemic.

NBCUniversal on Thursday reported it would stop creation for about fourteen days or at times quicken plans to complete shoots as a safeguard against the infection.

Thus, CBS, Paramount Television Studios and Showtime discharged a joint explanation that they have started to defer creation on pilots and current series dependent upon the situation, “informed by the best information from health experts and government officials.”

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