Disney is making some major changes to its release schedule, including the delayed release of “Mulan” on August 21. On Thursday, the company said several adjustments were made to its board during the global coronavirus epidemic due to theatres closing and production closings.
Movies are released, and today it means their release plans for ‘Mulan’ to stop us because we evaluate how much we can do is to effectively bring this film to audiences around the world, “a spokesman for the Walt Disney studio said Thursday in a statement. Disney shares declined slightly after trading hours and fell approximately 1%.
There have been no Hollywood blockbusters released for the month, now vacant its August release date with “Multan.” AT&T CEO John Stanke promised movie owners that Christopher Nolan’s spy thriller will be a theatrical release.
Several small, independent features are slated for release in theatres. Earlier Thursday, AMC announced that it had pushed through the August Middle East plan after abandoning the “Tenet” calendar. It is unclear how this would even leave “Mulan”.
In particular, AMC talked a lot about how the epidemic could bankrupt it. Earlier this month, the exhibitor was able to reach a loan agreement that would help him remain solvent until 2021.
“Theaters will be forced to reassure their target start dates again,” said Boxoffice com chief analyst Sean Robbins. Studios need theatres to stay open, and theatres need studios to launch new products. It never springs. at one end of that equation, the other. In this current world of uncertainty, there are very few options for doing the same. “