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Walt Disney Studios’ films receive new release dates, including ‘Mulan,’ ‘Black Widow’

by Brittani Tuttle

After announcing back in March of this year that many upcoming films would be delayed due to the ongoing global health crisis, The Walt Disney Studios has revealed their reshuffled release schedule.

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Here are the release schedule changes:

  • Disney’s “Mulan” will now release on July 24, 2020
  • Disney’s “Jungle Cruise” has been moved to July 30, 2021
  • Marvel Studios’ “Black Widow” will release on Nov. 6, 2020
  • Marvel Studios’ “The Eternals” will move to Feb. 12, 2021
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The Walt Disney Studios also announced that the upcoming live-action feature film, “Artemis Fowl,” will debut exclusively on Disney+. A release date will be announced soon.

Based on the best-selling young adult novel by Eoin Colfer, “Artemis Fowl” stars newcomer Ferdia Shaw in the titular role alongside Lara McDonnel, Josh Gad, Tamara Smart, Nonso Anozie, Josh McGuire, Nikesh Patel, and Adrian Scarborough, with Colin Farrel and Judi Dench.

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Paul Anthony Frith June 3, 2020 - 11:42 am

I don’t know if this is the correct place to post this comment but if not could you please pass it on thank you 😁

I recently watched the “Ralph Wrecks The Internet” and I was shocked as to how badly you portrayed him in this sequel. Also how the film trashed the legacy of the Disney Princesses. It appeared to me that you were happy to suggest that the princesses reliance on a strong male role model was simply weak and shameful? The following reference to ‘ oh here comes a strong man needing saving’, Ralph, was in poor taste and very sexist and patronising, to say the least.

I’m not apposed to strong female leads or hero’s in the slightest, after all many of the recent films have been centred on that and I’ve enjoyed them! Also I have three exceptionally strong, intelligent and wonderful women (two daughters and a wife of 36yrs and counting with me 24-7) in my life, thankfully. As a man I am truly honered and fortunate to have their influence in my life to keep me grounded.

However, after building Ralph up to be descent and caring individual/man in the first film it seams you decided to trash him in this one. I believe our children today need to see a balanced view of life, relationships between the sexes and not the domination of either sex by one or the other.

It saddens, as a very liberal man, to see how unbalanced this is all becoming in the arts these days. I love Disney and all that Walt Disney said it stood for. So please don’t destroy my dream to pander to fleeting trends. I have just as much right to the happiness Disney provides as the next women, man or child! So keep gender politics and politics of any kind out of Disney or you will break my heart! 😒

Devoted fan

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