Walt Disney Pictures eliminates a live-action movie from its movie schedule.
The untitled film was planning to release on March 12, 2021.
The animated movie Raya and the Last Dragon will take the place of the above-deleted movie on Disney’s schedule.
The above movie arrives at the same time that Disney is procrastinating Pixar’s next animated film, Soul, from June 19 to November 20, five days forth Raya and the Last Dragon‘s actual release date.
Peter Pan, Pinnochio and much more
Peter Pan could be the next, which is to release in 2021.
There are a handful of other live-action Disney remakes absent of dates in pre-production.
It includes Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Pinnochio, and also a sequel to The Jungle Book.
The time isn’t precisely kept safe for a Disney Animation remake as Disney has multiple other live-action projects under work as well.
Disney under Corona Pandemics
Latest film schedule reorganizing from the House of Mouse amidst the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Early in the catastrophe.
Disney determines to delay the releases of Mulan and The New Mutants and to release Pixar’s Onward on Disney+ first. Later, the studio decides to detain the version of Black Widow from its April 3 date to November 6, the year The Eternals is actually to open up.
The above spirals lead to a domino effect of reshuffling for the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The Eternals shifts to February 12, 2021, shoving Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings back until May 7, 2021.
Disney isn’t the sole studio pushing to reshuffle its plans due to COVID-19.
Paramount Picture detains the releases of Top Gun: Maverick and A Quiet Place Part II. The next James Bond movie, No Time to Die, is held.
Warner Bros. shoves back the release of its upcoming superhero tentpole, Wonder Woman 1984, from June to August. Fast & Furious nine to shift from early April to late May.
Mulan’s Trailer below,