Hollywood Calls In Sick With Covid: What’s Delayed and Canceled
“Star Trek: Picard” had to halt shooting after 50 crew members tested positive for Covid.
It’s all feeling a bit deja vu.
Here’s a roundup of what’s been delayed, moved online and canceled as daily cases reach record levels.
AFI Awards scheduled for Jan. 7 has been postponed to a date yet to be determined.
BAFTA Tea Party, an event for the British film and television awards, which was scheduled for Jan. 8 in Los Angeles, has been canceled.
Dead and Company has canceled concerts in Cancun, Mexico which were set to begin today after John Mayer tested positive.
E3, the video game industry’s annual show, typically held at the Los Angeles Convention Center in June, has been canceled.
The Golden Globes, scheduled for Jan. 9, is skipping its live audience, host and broadcast.
Palm Springs International Film Festival, scheduled to kickoff Friday, has been canceled.
Sundance Film Festival has moved online for Jan. 20 through Jan. 30.
Not canceled yet? The Super Bowl, to be held in Los Angeles on Feb. 13, SAG Awards in Santa Monica on Feb. 27, SXSW in Austin on March 11 through March 20, The Oscars in Los Angeles on March 27, and Coachella in Indio, California, which just announced headliners Kayne West and Billie Eilish as headliners.
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