Pixar’s Turning Red will skip theaters and head directly to Disney+

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Due to the surge in Omicron COVID-19 variants across the US, the early months of 2022 could look like 2021 when it comes to movies. Disney has announced that Pixar’s next animated film, turning red, will no longer release in cinemas domestically. Instead, turning red The latest exclusive to debut on Disney+ in March.

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Karim Daniels, president of Disney Media and Entertainment Distribution, said in a statement: “Disney+ customers around the world enthusiastically accepted Pixar’s Academy Award winner. Soul and critically acclaimed luca When they premiered exclusively on the service, and we look forward to bringing them Pixar’s next incredible feature film, turning red, With delayed recovery at the box office, particularly for family films, flexibility remains at the core of our distribution decisions as we prioritize delivering The Walt Disney Company’s unique content to audiences around the world. ,

Turning Raid cast.

However, there will be theatrical releases for countries that do not have Disney+. It is also possible that there may be limited theatrical performances in the United States to ensure turning red Will be eligible for Oscar.

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Rosalie Chiang stars turning red As the voice of Mei Lee, a 13-year-old girl from Toronto, whom the studio describes as both “confident” and “dorky”. While Mei isn’t shy about her intelligence, she has a huge problem. Any time Mei gets too excited, she turns into a giant red panda. That’s why Mei’s mother, Ming (Sandra Oh), has been such a helicopter parent. Apparently, Mei’s family has a very deep mystic connection to pandas that dates back centuries. And this fact makes us wonder whether members of Mei’s family have panda forms of their own.

Ava Morse, Maitreyi Ramakrishnan, and Hine Park also star in the film as Mei’s friends Miriam, Priya, and Abby. Orion Lee will portray Wai Ching Ho as Mei’s father, Jin Lee, Mei’s grandmother, Tristan Alaric Chen as Tyler, and Eddie Chandler as Devon. respectively

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Domi Shea, Oscar-winning director of Pixar’s critically acclaimed animated noise baghelmed turning red From a script by Julia Cho and Domi Shea. turning red The premiere will premiere on Disney+ on Friday, March 11, at no additional charge to all customers.




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