Walt Disney Co’s live-action epic “Mulan” will skip most of the world’s movie theatres and go directly to the company’s streaming platform in September, the media giant said.
“Star Wars” Stormtroopers enforced mask-wearing and Mickey Mouse waved from a distance on Saturday as Florida’s Walt Disney World opened to the public for the first time in four months amid a surge of coronavirus cases in the state.
Walt Disney Co (DIS.N) postponed the debut of live-action movie “Mulan” until August 21, the company said in a statement on Friday, a blow to theatre operators who want blockbuster movies to draw audiences from their homes in the middle of a pandemic.
Walt Disney Co will release the live-action epic “Mulan” in movie theaters in July and Marvel’s “Black Widow” in November, the company said on Friday as it reshuffled a schedule disrupted by the global coronavirus outbreak.
Walt Disney Co said on Friday it would make the sequel to hit animated movie “Frozen” available on its streaming platform Disney+ three months ahead of schedule in the United States, as media companies respond to the coronavirus outbreak.