Film and TV production came to halt around the globe in mid-March but is slowly returning in some countries including New Zealand, where the "Avatar" sequel is being filmed.
The show from Leslye Headland, co-creator of Netflix drama "Russian Doll," would be Disney's latest bid to expand the blockbuster sci-fi franchise on the small screen after the runaway success of "The Mandalorian."
Weekend box office revenue has not been at such a low since 2000, according to data firm Comscore, when $54.5 million in tickets were sold on a quiet September weekend.
The film will now be released in the UK on 12 November, with worldwide dates to follow. The US launch will be on 25 November 2020.
Longtime fans of the celebrated science-fiction franchise packed theaters Thursday evening for the ninth installment in the story of a fabled Jedi warrior in a galaxy far, far away.
"Joker" narrowly bested "Maleficent: Mistress of Evil" to regain the No 1 spot at the weekend box office in its fourth week of release.
"Spider-Man: Far From Home" delivers a $185 million debut from 4,636 venues during its first six days in theaters.
The highly anticipated fourth episode in the story about Woody, Buzz, Bo Peep and the rest of Andy's toys - has broken the global box office record for an animated film.
A prequel, set 64 years before the beginning the multimillion-selling trilogy, is set to hit screens soon.
The latest Marvel juggernaut "Avengers: Infinity War," that features more than two dozen superheroes fighting to save the universe, also broke the record for highest North American opening weekend, raking in $250 million.
Disney decided to pull the film in Malaysia instead of cutting a gay scene to appease censors. Religious conservatives of the Muslim and Christian faiths have been critical of the film, which has a gay Disney character for the first time.
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