Thanksgiving week got even darker at the box office, and on Thursday, Disney moved its movie with Pixar Soul to Disney +, where it will now be released on December 25. It was due out on November 20 in local theaters. Disney won’t charge live stream subscribers $ 29.99 to watch Soul, but the film will simply be available in service for its 60 million subscribers, just like the studio did with Artemis Fowl and Hamilton during summer.
The film’s release date is expected to be moved after No Time to Die leaves from the same November. However, Disney was not sure whether to transfer the film to Disney +. That now leaves Croods: A New Age as the only Thanksgiving theatrical release on November 25. This movie is expected to last for a short time before moving on to PVOD or VOD by Christmas.
The move is similar to what Disney did with Mulan, which was slated to launch globally in March before the coronavirus pandemic lockdown forced it to repeatedly delay the release of its film. It was finally released on Disney + on September 4 in the US, UK, Canada, Australia and major European markets where it is available for shows at $ 29.99. Disney has never announced any rental numbers or raw numbers regarding Mulan’s success at Disney +; The industry rivals’ assumption was that it wasn’t that great due to the fact that the December free movie screening date was announced during the first weekend.إقرأ أيضا:What relates to updating the lawsuit including its wording and procedure