As you've no doubt guessed, the movie industry is feeling the strain of current developments.

All cinemas in Ireland have now closed, and studios have pushed back numerous releases. Several productions for movies and TV shows have also shut down.

Here's a list of all movie release date pushed back so far.

  • 'Mulan'
  • 'A Quiet Place, Part II'
  • 'Antlers'
  • 'Fast and Furious 9' - moved to 2 April, 2021
  • 'The New Mutants' (again)
  • 'Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway' - moved to 15 January, 2021
  • 'No Time To Die' - moved to 13 November, 2020
  • 'Black Widow'
  • 'The Woman in the Window'
  • 'Spiral: From the Book of Saw'
  • 'Run'
  • 'Radioactive'
  • 'The Secret Garden' - moved to 14 August, 2020
  • 'Arracht'
  • 'A Girl from Mogadishu'
  • 'Promising Young Woman'
  • 'Minions: The Rise of Gru' - moved to 2 July, 2021
  • 'Sing 2' - moved to 22 December, 2021 (due to 'Minions: The Rise of Gru' taking its release date slot)
  • 'Wonder Woman 1984' - moved to 14 August, 2020
  • 'In the Heights'
  • 'Malignant'
  • 'Saint Maud'
  • 'Ghostbusters: Afterlife' - moved to 5 March, 2021
  • 'Morbius' - moved to 19 March, 2021
  • 'Greyhound'
  • 'Unchartered' - moved to 8 October, 2021
  • 'Free Guy' -  moved to 11 December, 2020
  • 'Jungle Cruise' - moved to 30 July, 2021

Basically, any release date that was scheduled for the month of March or April has been scrubbed. Several May release dates have also been affected, namely 'Black Widow', 'The Woman in the Window' starring Amy Adams, 'Saw' spin-off 'Spiral', 'Fast & Furious 9' and 'Scoob!'.

Christopher Nolan's 'Tenet', 'The Many Saints of Newark', 'Top Gun: Maverick', 'The Eternals', and 'Bill & Ted Face The Music' have not changed their release dates.

Many movies that have been delayed have no confirmed new release date at this time.

Some releases, including 'The Lovebirds', 'Superman: Red Son', 'Finding the Way Back' and 'Trolls World Tour', are making their way to on demand instead. Other titles, such as Warner Bros.' 'Malignant', a thriller from James Wan, may follow suit.

The latest release dates to have shifted are on Sony's slate, and include such titles as 'Ghostbusters: Afterlife' and 'Morbius'. They've all been moved to 2021 release dates, so it seems the concerns are this could go on longer than anticipated.

From July or August - provided things go back to normal - it's going to be packed at cinemas.