While Disney has also had to push back Soul after we were able to see a sneak peek of the film during the D23 Expo, we have another look at the upcoming Pixar feature that will now be coming out on November 20th.
Disney movies are our favorite, and they’ve expanded EVERYWHERE — especially theme parks and merchandise.
When Disney+ was released, many fans were excited to be able to watch EVERYTHING Disney in one place. While we’ve gotten to see old classics and discover new series, there are still so many films that are missing from the streaming service.
The global health crisis has caused a “pause” in many industries, especially in entertainment.
When we consider how many people tend to crowd onto a film set, it’s no surprise that the film industry has been hit pretty hard by the cancellations. Now, it seems that productions may be able to pick up again. California Governor Gavin Newsom announced that TV and film production can begin again on June 12th, marking the official return of Hollywood.
Who’s ready to play another exciting DFB tournament? We know WE ARE! This time we’re pulling out all the stops and taking our competition to the silver screen!
That’s right — while we’ve already witnessed some epic battles ensue in our Snack Madness tournament along with our Rides and Attractions smackdown, we’re getting all glitzed and glammed up to play another game! Pop some popcorn and let the Disney movies PLAY!
Disney is looking to celebrate journeys from one chapter of life into the next.
And, many graduating college students are experiencing that moment right now! While a lot of the Class of 2020 didn’t have a traditional graduation, Disney Cast and Crew Members are gathering together to celebrate the occasion!
One of the outcomes of the global health crisis is that as movie theaters shutter, Disney has had to delay the release of some serious blockbusters.
Perhaps the highest-profile delay was of the live-action Mulan that was set to hit theaters in March. The film was pushed back almost immediately after having its world premiere. Now, it is set to debut July 24 and could potentially debut to low-capacity theaters in order to maintain social distancing. Although this could make it seem like Disney would gross less if the theaters can’t seat as many viewers, Hollywood expects that films can succeed even with fewer seats in the movie theaters — here’s why.
Now that Disney owns 20th Century Studios and Searchlight Pictures, there are a BUNCH of movies coming soon from outside of the Walt Disney Studios, as well as tons of updates to schedules for Disney’s upcoming slate of Marvel, animated, and live-action films.
We’re here to give you the ultimate list of when all the MUST-SEE films are coming to theaters in 2021!