Last week, Disney released an updated movie schedule for its various films including those under the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the Star Wars franchise.
Now, it looks like the House of Mouse has made a few changes to its release slate.
According to a report by ComicBook.com, Disney has been forced to readjust its entire release schedule after pushing back the premiere of Soul, the highly anticipated Pixar computer-animated fantasy comedy-drama. Last week, Disney had Soul pinned for a June release. Deciding to give the movie a safer release schedule, this week, the House of Mouse has decided to set the film for November 20, 2020.
The delay has forced the House of Mouse to move its other films as well, like Raya and the Last Dragon, another Disney animated movie, was set as the studio's tentpole movie for this Thanksgiving. However, now that Soul has been moved to November, Disney has decided to push back Raya and the Last Dragon all the way to March 12, 2021, a schedule previously assigned to an untitled live-action movie.
Now, it seems like the live-action movie has been taken off the calendar.
Here's the full release schedule for 2020 and 2021.
7/24 - Mulan
8/7 - Empty Man (20th Century)
8/14 - The One and Only Ivan
9/4 - The Beatles: Get Back
9/18 - The King's Man (20th)
10/9 - The Death on the Nile (20th)
10/23 - Everybody's Talking About Jamie (20th)
11/6 - Black Widow
11/13 - Deep Water (20th)
11/20 - Soul
12/11 - Free Guy (20th)
12/18 - West Side Story (20th)
12/25 - The Last Duel (20th)
2/12 - The Eternals
2/26 - Ron's Gone Wrong (20th)
3/12 - Raya and the Last Dragon
4/9 - Bob's Burgers (20th)
4/23 - UNTITLED 20th Century
5/7 - Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings
5/28 - Cruella
6/18 - UNTITLED Pixar Animation
Let's hope that this is Disney's final release schedule – though the house of Mouse may be forced to push everything back even further if the COVID-19 pandemic lasts any longer.