Two animated movies – Soul and Raya And The Last Dragon – are amongst three release date changes from Disney.
The ongoing shuffle of cinema release dates is continuing, with no clear idea as of yet when the world’s cinemas are going to reopen. And as such, Disney has moved the dates of two of its upcoming animated movies.
Pixar’s Soul, from director Pete Docter, had been scheduled to come out in June, but after biding its time, the studio has admitted defeat and moved the film to November 20th.
That was the week that the next film from Walt Disney Animation Studios was due, and there’s been a knock-on effect. Raya And The Last Dragon shifted from November until March 12th of next year.
On March 12th 2021 originally was a live action movie whose identity Disney hadn’t yet confirmed. The film, whatever it was, has now been pulled from the schedule altogether. More on all of these films as we hear it. And we suspect the ongoing collection of release date delays still has some time to go…
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