Disney has officially pulled out the features of their 20th Century Studios Freelance boy and Death on the Nile off the December calendar, leaving a dire future for the exhibition looking forward to making money during the holiday season.
This makes Warner Bros. Wonder Woman 1984 However, everyone’s mindset is betting that the movie will move to 2021 for exactly the same reasons why Disney is also moving their remarkable 20th ticket price to next year. The action comedy Ryan Reynolds Freelance boy is set to debut on December 11 with an all-star cast directed by Kenneth Branagh Death on the Nile Expected to open on December 18.
Even if New York City and Los Angeles have made it all clear to reopen theaters in the near future, things are more complicated than the fact that Western Europe has reverted to lockdown due to the COVID-19 case number. spike. For all of these big pillars, we need foreign countries, and we need Western Europe.
Disney has in recent weeks opted for Pixar’s Soul, was originally scheduled to release the Thanksgiving corridor, for Disney + on Christmas Day. There is no additional Disney + subscriber surcharge above Mulan foreign state.
Universal is sticking with its gun and giving domestic and exhibitors something to go to cinema: The Croods: A new era screen time will be shortened while PVOD drops at Christmas at homes. I also heard that Universal will probably keep their historical movie Tom Hanks at the cinema for Christmas. Ditto for Screen Gems’ Monster hunter is growing box office sales in Asia at the end of the year.
But are US cinemas still open? Or will they shut down entirely for lack of extreme uber-tent products?
It’s a green Christmas, really.