Pixar’s ‘Soul’ Will Skip Theaters And Premiere On Disney+
Provided By - Video Elephant on October 09, 2020
Disney has announced that the new Pixar movie ‘Soul’ will be skipping its theatrical release and heading straight to Disney+.
The movie will premiere on the streaming service on Christmas day, December 25.
It was originally set to open in theaters on November 20.
This heartwarming story about human connection and finding one’s place in the world will be a treat for families to enjoy together this holiday season, Bob Chapek, CEO of The Walt Disney Company.
Soul is joining other movies like Hamilton and Mulan that have been released on the platform instead of in theaters.
Mulan was released as a Premier Access title that cost an additional $30 to watch.
Soul will not be a Premier Access title and will be available for free to all Disney+ subscribers.
The movie will be released theatrically in markets where Disney+ is not available, but no release dates have been announced yet.
Soul stars Jamie Foxx, Tina Fey, and Phylicia Rashad, and is directed by Pete Docter, who previously directed ‘Inside Out’