Coronavirus cancellations/postponements pile up

No Time to Die poster

It turns out No Time to Die was ahead of the curve on this one.

A number of movies, television shows, sports events, and concerts have been among the events affected by the spread of the coronavirus.

No Time to Die’s delay from April to November was announced March 4.

Since then, the list of affected events has piled up. Just a sampling:

Movie release date changes: Besides No Time to Die, My Spy, Peter Rabbit 2, A Quiet Place Part II, F9: The Fast Saga (ninth installment of The Fast and the Furious series), and Mulan have been delayed. CLICK HERE for a more complete list.

Sports events: The NCAA basketball tournament (both men’s and women’s divisions), a number of athletic conference basketball tournaments, the National Basketball Association, the National Hockey League, the Australian Grand Prix, and The Master’s golf tournament have been canceled or postponed.

Concerts: A number of concerts, including part of Billie Eilish’s current tour, have been called off. Eilish performs the No Time to Die title song and she is a hot property after winning a lot of Grammy awards.

Television shows: Late-night shows in the U.S. are going on a hiatus. There have been announcements of other delays amid coronavirus concerns.