Movie theaters are closed for the foreseeable future. Last month, The Walt Disney Studios announced several titles would be delayed due to the global health crisis. Since there is no clear date for when social distancing rules will be lifted, Disney has updated their movie release schedule. 

Today The Walt Disney Studios announced updates to its upcoming release schedule. Disney’s Mulan is now slated to open on Jul. 24, 2020, with Disney’s Jungle Cruise moving to Jul. 30, 2021; while Marvel Studios’ Black Widow will arrive in theaters on Nov. 6, 2020, with The Eternals moving to Feb. 12, 2021.

Pixar’s Soul, featuring the voices of Jamie Foxx and Tina Fey, has been pushed from its planned Jun. 19 premiere in theaters to a spot later this year on Nov. 20.

Due to the changes with Pixar’s SoulRaya and the Last Dragon, featuring the voices of Awkwafina and Cassie Steele, has been delayed as well. The premiere date has been changed from this Nov. 25 to Mar. 12, 2021.

The Walt Disney Studios also announced today that it will debut its new live-action feature film Artemis Fowl exclusively on Disney+. The release date will be announced soon.

—Jennifer Swartvagher

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