Walt Disney Co. (NYSE: DIS) introduced Friday its remaining releases for 2021 will go into launch in theatrical-exclusive displays and never in a simultaneous presentation on its Disney+ streaming service.
What Occurred: The studio’s animated characteristic “Encanto” will hit theaters on Nov. 24 and can be accessible on the massive display for 30 days earlier than its Disney+ premiere. The studio’s different movies — “The Final Duel” (scheduled for Oct. 15), “Ron’s Gone Mistaken” (Oct. 22), “Eternals” (Nov. 5), “West Aspect Story” (Dec. 10) and “The King’s Man” (Dec. 22) — may have a 45-day window between their theatrical premieres and their Disney+ debuts.
The studio didn’t say whether or not it could prolong this technique into 2022.
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Why It Occurred: Disney acquired an unprecedented public rebuke from the Nationwide Affiliation of Theater Homeowners for its simultaneous theatrical and