Following MGM, Universal, and Sony making major first quarter release date changes to their theatrical schedules yesterday, Disney is pushing a few of its 20th century studio releases to a deeper timeline.
It’s much delayed by Matthew Vaughn The king’s man no longer takes place on March 12, rather August 20 this year.
The big screen takes Bob’s Burgers April 9 is now unavailable. This obviously raises questions about the TV animated IP piece heading to Disney + or even its sister Hulu, albeit nothing from Disney.
Also the animated film Serrurier Ron went wrong, about an 11-year-old boy who finds his robot buddy not quite working, runs from April 23 to October 22. The photo is edited by Sarah Smith, Jean-Philippe Vine and Octavio E. Rodriguez.
The release of Searchlight’s rewards season Nomadland on February 19, the Disney movie theater and the premium release of Disney + Raya and the last dragon March 5. Marvel’s Black Widow sticks on May 7, early summer followed by Free Guy May 21 Cruella May 28, Pixar’s Luca June 18, Marvel’s Shang-Chi and the legend of the ten rings July 9, Searchlight’s The night house July 16 Jungle cruise July 30 and 20 Deep waters August 13, then King’s man, and the doc The Beatles: Get Back August 27. Dude, this is all a summer program. Hopefully this Covid vaccine works.