The spring movie season is going to be an interesting watch as studios juggle lineups amid virus concerns, especially as theaters close in foreign markets.

The new James Bond movie, "No Time to Die," was moved from April to November last week, and a "Peter Rabbit" sequel moved from spring to the fall this week. Both were depending on international audiences for success.

All of these were bumped on Thursday: "A Quiet Place Part II," "Mulan," "The New Mutants" — and a new "Fast and Furious" movie moved all the way from Memorial Day weekend to 2021.

As usual, the following films and their release dates are subject to change — now more than ever.