According to Variety, Black Widow, the much-anticipated offering from Marvel may not make its November 6 release date. With movie theaters across the United States still closed, Disney is considering moving Black Widow yet again. In recent months, Disney has adjusted their release schedule multiple times for films such as Mulan and also Black Widow.
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With Warner Bros. moving Wonder Woman 1984 from its October release date to one in December, this would not be a surprising move from Disney. Variety also went on to say that Disney is looking into alternate options for Pixar’s Soul as well. At this point, it is due to arrive in theaters on November 20, but a later release date- or one on Disney+- seems more likely at this point.
Earlier this month, Disney released Mulan on Disney+ with Premiere Access, which allowed those with a Disney+ subscription to watch the film for an additional fee of $29.99. Though the company claimed that this was a one-time thing, it is possible they could utilize this again with either Black Widow or Soul if theaters in some states continue to stay closed.
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