It looks like movies are shuffling again with release dates over at Disney with some of it’s 20th Century Studios movies getting shifted, while a lot of other films are still on target for announced release dates.
The following films have not changed dates and will remain as scheduled, for now:
- ‘Nomadland’ – Febuary 19
- ‘Raya and the Last Dragon’ -Disney+ and theatrical release- March 5
- ‘Black Widow’ – May 7
- “Free Guy” – May 21
- “Cruella” – May 28
- Disney/Pixar’s Luca” – June 18
- “Marvels: Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” – July 9
- “The Night House” – July 16
- “Jungle Cruise” – July 30
- “Deep Water” – August 13
- “The King’s Man” – August 20
The following have changed:
“The King’s Man” has been moved to August 20th from the March 12th date that was previously released.
“Bob’s Burgers” was listed for April 9th, but now it has an “unset” date. So there is a possibility this one will be announced for one of Disney’s streaming services–Hulu or Disney+.
“Ron’s Gone Wrong” was listed for April 23 and it is now moving until October 22nd.
I’m sure more shifts are likely to happen until the theaters get back to being open and more people feel comfortable going out.
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