Due to the ongoing coronavirus epidemic, Disney has postponed its movies, which are planned to break this year’s box office records, to a later date.
Hollywood studios are ready to show their movies, which are expected to break box office records, on the big screen, even as movie theaters are starting to recover slowly. not visible. Due to the ongoing coronavirus epidemic Disneychanged the release date of the planned Black Widow, Cruella, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, Pixar, Luca and many more. From these movies Black WidowIt will air simultaneously in theaters and on Disney Plus on July 9. also Cruella and Pixar’s new animated movie LucaIt has been announced that will come directly to Disney Plus. Release date of Cruella with Emma Stone 28 May as planned. Black Widow was delayed for two months and instead of May 7 9 Julwill be published in. Both movies 30$ It will be available with the rental fee.
Black Widow will be broadcast on Disney Plus at the same time as theaters
Despite the high-budget movies like Black Widow being released on Disney Plus, the company does not leave cinemas altogether. The release dates of some previously announced movies have changed. Of these The King’s ManFrom Aug 20 to Dec 22, 2021 with Ryan Reynolds Free Guy from December 10 to August 13, 2021, the highly anticipated Deep Water The movie is from August 12 to January 14, 2022 and is a thriller starring Kenneth Branagh, Gal Gadot, Emma Mackey, Armie Hammer and Rose Leslie. Death on the Nile was postponed from September 17 to February 11, 2022. Kareem Daniel, distribution head of Disney Media and Entertainment, announced that the announcement was made to offer consumers choice and serve according to their changing preferences.
Disney’s CEO Bob Chapek said that they will continue their broadcast plans as the fluctuation of the movie industry continues. Optimism has been growing in recent weeks, with movie theaters in Los Angeles and New York City starting to reopen. Ticket sales, which are limited to 25% capacity, make it almost impossible for big-budget movies to make a profit in theaters alone. “By leveraging a flexible distribution strategy in a dynamic market trying to escape the global pandemic, we will continue to use the best options to deliver The Walt Disney Company’s storytelling to fans and families around the world,” said Kareem Daniel. made statements.