Star Wars fans have been anxiously waiting months for official Baby Yoda toys, and now they'll have to wait even longer -- thanks to the coronavirus.
The merchandise was expected to drop this month, but quarantines in China has caused delays in production.
Some of the Baby Yoda toys had already sold out in preorders.
Expect more toys to be delayed by the health crisis. A toy industry expert says, “If things aren’t normal by the time June and July roll around, there will be shortages on a litany of toys.”
And...MGM and Universal announced yesterday (Wednesday) that the release of the new James Bond movie,No Time to Die, has been postponed because of the coronavirus.
The Hollywood studios have moved the film's release to November 25th from its original April 10th date. Many theaters in major markets in China, South Korea, Japan and Italy have closed as a result of the Coronavirus, and that could have been a major blow to the film's box office numbers.
Recently, James Bond fans urged the studios in an open letter to postpone the film's release, arguing that it would be irresponsible to send millions of people into crowded theaters during a viral outbreak. (Variety)