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For which theatrical Disney film are you most excited?
The King's Man 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Onward 16%  16%  [ 14 ]
Mulan 12%  12%  [ 10 ]
The New Mutants 1%  1%  [ 1 ]
Black Widow 5%  5%  [ 4 ]
Artemis Fowl 4%  4%  [ 3 ]
Soul 13%  13%  [ 11 ]
Bob's Burgers 2%  2%  [ 2 ]
Jungle Cruise 7%  7%  [ 6 ]
The One and Only Ivan 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
The Eternals 2%  2%  [ 2 ]
Ron's Gone Wrong 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Dragon Empire 18%  18%  [ 15 ]
West Side Story 8%  8%  [ 7 ]
Cruella 12%  12%  [ 10 ]
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Disney Suspends Global Weekend Box Office Reporting
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What's your most anticipated movie now that the schedule has changed?

Underwater — January 10
Downhill — February 14
The Call of the Wild — February 21
Wendy — February 28
Onward — March 06
Soul — June 19
Mulan — July 24
Empty Man — August 07
The One and Only Ivan — August 14
The Beatles: Get Back — September 04
The King's Man — September 18
Death on the Nile — October 09
The French Dispatch — October 16
Everybody's Talking About Jamie — October 23
Black Widow — November 06
Deep Water — November 13
Raya and the Last Dragon — November 25
Free Guy — December 11
West Side Story — December 18
The Last Duel — December 25

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 06, 2020 1:41 pm 
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Right now it's Raya and the Last Dragon, but it will probably be postponed to 2021.


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 06, 2020 1:47 pm 
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Still only Raya for me.

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 06, 2020 3:47 pm 
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Soul, Raya, & Beatles, now that Onward's come out.

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WILL DISNEY REALSE ANYMORE movies this YEAR ??!!

I am realy worried Onward might be the LAST Disney movie of 2020.

That would really suck ass !(Sorry :oops: ).

I want more Disney movies this year !!

I hope we still get Raya, Soul, Mulan and Black widow this year !!

I also hope Fox realses West Side Story, and Free Guy in December and NOT next year !!

My mom thinks Corona will have died down i june and theaters will oppen summer , Let's all hope se is RIGHT :cry: :cry: :cry: :up:


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 07, 2020 11:04 am 
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West Side Story is the only one I’m actually excited to see.

I thought Frozen II was a refreshing change of pace from the studio. I hope Raya is the same.

I am indifferent to Soul. I’ll wait for the reviews. Not sure it will make its June release date.

Mulan should be an interesting watch, even if I don’t like it. If it does come out in July, then it will be a lovely return to normalcy.


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Another updated release schedule. They moved Soul from June to November, but they kept Mulan in July. Isn't July too early? Do you think they'll end up moving Mulan too?

Underwater — January 10
Downhill — February 14
The Call of the Wild — February 21
Wendy — February 28
Onward — March 06
Mulan — July 24
Empty Man — August 07
The One and Only Ivan — August 14
The New Mutants — August 28
The Beatles: Get Back — September 04
The King's Man — September 18
Death on the Nile — October 09
The French Dispatch — October 16
Everybody's Talking About Jamie — October 23
Black Widow — November 06
Deep Water — November 13
Soul — November 20
Free Guy — December 11
West Side Story — December 18
The Last Duel — December 25

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I think there's a chance Mulan will be released like they plan. However I don't think it'll make as much as they hope if they keep it there. That's a risk IMO and Disney might realize that eventually.


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farerb wrote:
I think there's a chance Mulan will be released like they plan. However I don't think it'll make as much as they hope if they keep it there. That's a risk IMO and Disney might realize that eventually.

I'm surprised so many people on here are concerned about Mulan's fate considering they disavowed the film long ago and have made it a pattern to remind everyone how they feel Disney has butchered the animated film with all the changes.

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farerb wrote:
I think there's a chance Mulan will be released like they plan. However I don't think it'll make as much as they hope if they keep it there. That's a risk IMO and Disney might realize that eventually.

Do you see them pulling a Universal and releasing the film on VOD instead? It worked for Trolls: World Tour.

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Still only Raya for me.

I guess it’s nada for this year now. :lol:

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Sotiris wrote:
Do you see them pulling a Universal and releasing the film on VOD instead? It worked for Trolls: World Tour.

No. They spent too much on marketing as far as I know. Mulan will get a theatrical release even if it means they'll postpone it again.


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The theatrical release schedule has been updated yet again.

Underwater — January 10
Downhill — February 14
The Call of the Wild — February 21
Wendy — February 28
Onward — March 06
Empty Man — August 07
The Personal History of David Copperfield — August 14
Mulan — August 21
The New Mutants — August 28
The King's Man — September 18
Death on the Nile — October 09
The French Dispatch — October 16
Black Widow — November 06
Deep Water — November 13
Soul — November 20
Free Guy — December 11
West Side Story — December 18
The Last Duel — December 25

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I can't wait for The Last Duel. That's the film I'm most excited for since it features two of my favorite actors, Adam Driver and Jodie Comer. And I love period films in general.

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Another update to the theatrical release schedule.

Underwater — January 10
Downhill — February 14
The Call of the Wild — February 21
Wendy — February 28
Onward — March 06
The New Mutants — August 28
The Personal History of David Copperfield — August 28
The King's Man — September 18
Death on the Nile — October 23
Black Widow — November 06
Deep Water — November 13
Soul — November 20
The Empty Man — December 04
Free Guy — December 11
West Side Story — December 18


The release schedule has been changed again.

Underwater — January 10
Downhill — February 14
The Call of the Wild — February 21
Wendy — February 28
Onward — March 06
The New Mutants — August 28
The Personal History of David Copperfield — August 28
Death on the Nile — October 23
Black Widow — November 06
Deep Water — November 13
Soul — November 20
The Empty Man — December 04
Nomadland — December 04
Free Guy — December 11
West Side Story — December 18


Yet another update to the theatrical release schedule.

Underwater — January 10
Downhill — February 14
The Call of the Wild — February 21
Wendy — February 28
Onward — March 06
The New Mutants — August 28
The Personal History of David Copperfield — August 28
The Empty Man — October 23
Soul — November 20
Nomadland — December 04
Free Guy — December 11
Death on the Nile — December 18

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That doesn't seem right or updated. The Personal History of David Copperfield was already released on Blu-ray and it seems strange to write "Untitled Pixar Film" when they already officially revealed the name.


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farerb wrote:
The Personal History of David Copperfield was already released on Blu-ray.

Not in America. It was released in the UK by Lionsgate.

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New Trailer Debuts for ‘The King’s Man’
https://thewaltdisneycompany.com/new-tr ... kings-man/

First ‘Death on the Nile’ Trailer and Teaser Poster Unveiled
https://thewaltdisneycompany.com/first- ... -unveiled/

Trailer Debuts for ‘Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’
https://thewaltdisneycompany.com/traile ... out-jamie/

New Trailer Debuts for ‘Free Guy’ from 20th Century Studios
https://thewaltdisneycompany.com/new-tr ... y-studios/

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Probably the last change to the theatrical slate of 2020. To think at one point Disney had scheduled 28 films for theatrical release this year.

Underwater — January 10
Downhill — February 14
The Call of the Wild — February 21
Wendy — February 28
Onward — March 06
The New Mutants — August 28
The Personal History of David Copperfield — August 28
The Empty Man — October 23
Nomadland — December 04
Free Guy — December 11
Death on the Nile — December 18


Disney has changed their schedule yet again, removing two films from the release calendar.

Underwater — January 10
Downhill — February 14
The Call of the Wild — February 21
Wendy — February 28
Onward — March 06
The New Mutants — August 28
The Personal History of David Copperfield — August 28
The Empty Man — October 23
Nomadland — December 04


Disney has changed their release schedule one last time by pushing back Nomadland. This brings down the total of their theatrically-released films in 2020 to just 8.

Underwater — January 10
Downhill — February 14
The Call of the Wild — February 21
Wendy — February 28
Onward — March 06
The New Mutants — August 28
The Personal History of David Copperfield — August 28
The Empty Man — October 23

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