And as these guidelines change, we’ll be seeing more updates from other businesses as they begin to loosen those guidelines in their own establishments.
This past year has been a wild ride for Disney’s movie releases.
We saw Pixar’s Soul get released on Disney+ for free, while others, like Mulan and Raya and the Last Dragon, were put up on Premier Access, meaning that fans had to pay a fee to watch. Today, Disney has shared BIG news when it comes to upcoming films. For example, changes have been made for Black Widow and Luca. Now there’s a BIg update regarding Cruella as well.
The global health crisis continues to heavily affect the entertainment industry.
Live entertainment is still severely limited as Broadway remains dark and theatrical releases are stunted as many theaters remain closed. Now, though AMC is taking another big step towards a full reopening.
Flexibility has been the motto of the Walt Disney Company over the past year.
And, not just in the Disney Theme Parks. Last year, Disney not only had to face the closure of Disney World and other parks around the world, but they also had to plan for the release of new movies as theaters closed or reopened at a limited capacity. They’ve chosen to release some movies, like Soul, directly to the Disney+ streaming platform, while others have been released both in theaters in and on Disney+ for an extra fee, like Raya and the Last Dragon. So, what is the situation for movie releases moving forward?
This is Halloween! And that means Nightmare Before Christmas stuff is EVERYWHERE!
We’ve been doing all The Nightmare Before Christmas recently — buying merch, eating snacks, and drinking drinks, all dedicated to one of our favorite Halloween (and Christmas) films! We’ve also enjoyed seeing The Nightmare Before Christmas characters in the parks during the Halloween cavalcades!
We’ve been really anticipating the release of Disney’s live-action remake of Mulan this year.
Initially, Mulan was supposed to premiere on March 27th. However, due to the global health crisis, the film has seen a series of delays to the release date. Now, Disney has delayed the film once more — and this time, they haven’t set a new date.