The world is now concerned regarding a major issue now which is the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic and it is affecting the lives of people from all around the world. The issue affected a lot of different industries like sports, food, health, and entertainment.
Anime is a huge part of the entertainment industry and has been affected a lot like getting different anime conventions getting cancelled or getting delayed to a future date, and many anime series and films has been getting delayed as well.
Recently the Japanese film, theater production, and distribution company TOHO reported that it is deferring the arrival of the Detective Conan: The Scarlet Bullet and Crayon Shin-chan the Movie: Crash! Rakuga Kingdom and Roughly Four Heroes films because of worries about the COVID-19 Coronavirus issue.
TOHO has not yet uncovered the new discharge date for both films.
The Detective Conan: Scarlet Bullet anime film was scheduled to debut on April 17.
The Crayon Shin-chan the Movie: Crash! Rakuga Kingdom and Roughly Four Heroes film was scheduled to debut on April 28.