From late film releases to canceled concert tours, the corona virus has taken over the entertainment industry.
The pandemic has hit the United States and has itself become the greatest threat to cinephiles, music lovers and celebrities.
Upcoming blockbusters such as "Fast and Furious 9" and "A Quiet Place Part II" were delayed and cinemas were closed to slow the spread of the virus.
On the musical side of the entertainment industry, tours and music festivals, left and right have been canceled to limit the spread of the virus.
Singer Billie Eilish had to cancel the remaining tour dates of her North American tour "WHERE DO WE GO" because of the growing concern of the corona virus.
Shortly after canceling the tour, Eilish made a highlight of the story on her Instagram, emphasizing the importance of socially distancing and quarantining at home as there is a risk of the virus continuing spread.
"You We have to take care of yourself, your family and the people around you," said Eilish in her video.
Even talk show hosts have started recording their shows without a live audience.
A. A few hours after DeGeneres announced that it would be recording without an audience, she said that the production of her show would be completely discontinued until further notice.
"We just want to take all precautions to ensure that we do our part to keep everyone healthy." DeGeneres tweeted. "I love you and can't wait to come back. I'm bored."
Although home quarantine and physical distance from those we love may not be the ideal way to spend our sudden free time , there are a variety of entertaining ways to spend our time alone seem to suffer less.
For movie nerds who want to buy popcorn and watch the latest movies, Universal Studios has announced that they will be releasing their latest films online
You can now stream films like "The Invisible Man" and "The Invisible Man". The Hunt ”for a rental price of $ 19.99 for a period of 48 hours.
And there for Disney fans Outside, Disney + released "Frozen II" three months earlier than originally planned.
If you have movie streaming service, there's a good chance that you will get some binge watchi have opportunities.
And for those of you who already have a depression after the concert from the concert you can go to, musicians have started a new trend towards performing virtual concerts. [1 9659002] Like everyone else, celebrities have to quarantine at home and find a way to talk out of boredom. Artists have joined together in a movement called "#TogetherAtHome", in which they broadcast their own in-home concerts live on various media platforms. Singer John Legend was one of the first artists to subscribe to this trend.
"Many musicians, artists, and entertainers are unable to do what we do best, performing live in places with lots of people," said Legend The Associated Press after his live stream. "So we're trying to find ways to keep in touch with people and give them some love."