It’s the end of March, which means it’s the last day of shopDisney’s March Madness deals!
There’s no denying it: it’s been a WEIRD year for movies.
In response to the global health crisis, Disney’s approach to releasing movies has been creative and surprising at times. It can seem kind of random how they decide to release each of their films. So, is Disney playing favorites with certain movies getting a “better” type of release? Let’s take a look!
We can’t wait for Disney’s live-action remake of The Little Mermaid!
We’ve already seen live-action versions of other classic Disney movies like Aladdin, Mulan, and Beauty and the Beast — and remakes are on the way for films such as Robin Hood! But we’re especially excited to travel under the sea and become part of Ariel’s world (Too many puns? We’ll stop.) in the new The Little Mermaid.
The Walt Disney Studios at Disneyland Paris has been undergoing a huge transformation! With updates like a new Marvel-themed hotel, an Avengers campus, and a Cars attraction, we’ve been keeping track of the progress. And, today we got a look into the rethemed tram attraction!
If you’re the kind of Disney fan that loves to collect authentic memorabilia and collectible pieces of Disney history, we’ve got some news for you!
The Van Eaton Galleries is having a live auction that will give Disney fans a chance to bid on some pretty amazing Disney artifacts! We’re talking about actual things touched by the man himself, Walt Disney!
Part of the reason we love the Disney parks so much is because of the wonderful Disney movies that help to inspire them.
From the enchanting tales to the inspiring characters and the happily ever afters, there’s a lot to love about these films. But what if we told you that many of those “happily ever afters” weren’t always the endings that we know and love today? We’re taking a look at 8 Disney movie endings that could have been VERY different! Let’s check them out!
Due to the ongoing global health crisis, The Walt Disney Company has had to pivot and adapt on the fly to the ever-changing circumstances of our new environment.
Consisting of many segments pertaining to the entertainment industry including Disney Cruise Line and Walt Disney Studios namely, just about every facet of The Walt Disney Company has been financially impacted from the shutdown, with Disney’s theme parks taking the biggest hit. Now, the Walt Disney Company has just held its Q3 earnings call to discuss the results of its third fiscal quarter of 2020.
We’ve seen a lot of changes to Disney movie release dates this year!
Disney has postponed a number of release dates and film and television productions due to the global health crisis. The live-action remake of Mulan was initially scheduled to release in March and is now postponed with an undetermined release date. The future Star Wars and Avatar films have all been pushed back one year too.
Do to all of the changes, we did some digging and compiled a list of all the Disney movies coming out in 2020 and 2021 with the current release dates. This list also includes companies owned by Disney like Searchlight Pictures and 20th Century Studios. [Read more…]
The Disney Parks have slowly started to re-open around the world.
While Shanghai Disneyland and Hong Kong Disneyland have reopened to guests, Walt Disney World theme parks will be welcoming guests again on July 11th and July 15th (and Disneyland Resort has a proposed reopening timeline as well). Although Tokyo Disneyland has yet to announce its re-opening timeline, Disneyland Paris will be opening back up to guests soon!
The global health crisis has had a big effect on the Walt Disney Company.
Lots of Disney projects have had to shift to a different timeline. We’ve seen delays in the opening of Disneyland’s Avengers Campus, a whole bunch of blockbuster films have been pushed back, and more. With all these high-profile changes, what are the delays you’re NOT thinking about? Here are the seven Disney delays that might have slipped your mind!