As coronavirus concerns continue, the entertainment industry is taking a hit. Movies have delayed-release. Several film and television productions have shut down. Various conventions have cancelled events, and theme parks have closed down in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Outside of entertainment, schools have closed, some companies are having people work from home, and municipalities across the country are banning public gatherings of various sizes all as measures to help slow the spread of the illness. Josh Brolin (played Thanos) Shares Coronavirus meme.let’s begin.
It’s enough to make things feel bleak, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t humour in the pandemic, and that’s where actor Josh Brolin comes in. The actor took to Instagram Stories to share a hilarious meme featuring Thanos being tested for coronavirus.
The meme includes Thanos (played by Brolin) with the title “Thanos Diagnosed with Coronavirus” from Marvel Studios Avengers: Infinity War with a subheading that may draw a laugh from Avengers: Infinity War fans: “Testing for COVID-19 currently costs everything.”
On Friday, President Donald Trump announced a national emergency as a result of the coronavirus outbreak, with the federal government earmarking $ 50 billion to prevent the spread of the virus and giving help to those infected, including coronavirus tests. As of March 14, there were 1,678 COVID-19 cases in the United States and a total of 142,649 cases and 5,393 deaths worldwide, according to the World Health Organization.
While Thanos may give fans a more welcome chuckle, there are some bright spots during the coronavirus epidemic in terms of entertainment. Disney announced on Friday that Disney + release date for Frozen 2 is being neared. For subscribers in the United States, Frozen 2 will be available from Sunday, March 15, but international markets will be able to access it on March 17. That’s three months ahead of its original June schedule.
Disney neared the digital release of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, which is now made available for purchase on digital platforms. The film is officially available on iTunes, Wood, Xfinity, Fandango NOW and more, but is available for sale, not for rent.
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