Pixar's 'Turning Red' will forget theaters for Disney +
Turning Red, Pixar's latest feature film, premieres exclusively on Disney +, the studio announced Friday. It continues Anam and Luca as the third Pixar film to jump on theater release. Disney was planning to move on Turning Red in theaters, but perhaps because of the recent rise in COVID-19 cases across the U.S. and much of the world, that will not happen. What has not changed is the release date: the film will still appear on March 11 as originally expected.
“With the delay in the box office revival, particularly for family films, flexibility remains at the heart of our distribution decisions as we prioritize the delivery of The Walt Disney Company's unparalleled content to a wide audience. the world, "said Kareem Daniel, chairman of media and entertainment.
The truth Turning Red it's no shame to appear on the silver screen as it marks the first directing tour of one of Pixar 's most promising young talents, Domee Shi. She won an Academy Award in 2022 for her work on the short film Bag, which was displayed side by side Unbelievable 2 in theaters. Like Bag, Turning Red It is located in Shi 's hometown of Toronto, Canada. It tells the story of Mei Lee (voiced by Rosalie Chiang), a teenager who discovers that she turns into a red panda when excited. Naturally, all sorts of hijinks come as a result. Did we mention the beauty that Sandra Oh also has in the film? Yeah, it will be great.
The truth Turning Red running a theater is not likely to have a significant effect on his employability. At the same time, that could make Disney so willing to invest in such different productions Turning Red. If there is a cash line, then families will at least be able to watch the film from home safety.
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