While many had hoped the problems of 2020 weren’t going to continue into 2021, unfortunately, this is not the case.  With many cinemas around the world still closed due to local restrictions and many of these set to be in place for months.  Disney (along with other studios) have once again delayed some of it’s 20th Century Studios films from the first half of the year and pushed them back.

“The King’s Man” has now been delayed from March 12th until August 20th.  This is a prequel to “Kingsman” and was originally scheduled to be released in cinemas in November 2019 and has suffered from six different release dates.

With the animated family film “Ron’s Gone Wrong” has also been pushed from April 23rd to October 22nd.


While the “Bob’s Burgers,” movie has been taken off the release calendar entirely.  While this movie would no doubt be a huge hit for Disney+ audiences, the movie’s creator Loren Bouchard and the crew are willing to keep delaying the film as they want audiences to experience it on the big screen, since the show is already on the TV.

This is in addition to Disney revealing its new release dates for four Searchlight Pictures movies, yesterday.


These release date changes will also have a direct impact on when these movies could eventually be added to Disney+ internationally.

What do you think of these delays?

 

Source – Variety












Roger Palmer

Roger has been a Disney fan since he was a kid and this interest has grown over the years. He has visited Disney Parks around the globe and has a vast collection of Disney movies and collectibles. He is the owner of What's On Disney Plus & DisKingdom. Email: Roger@WhatsOnDisneyPlus.com Twitter: Twitter.com/RogPalmerUK Facebook: Facebook.com/rogpalmeruk

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  1. JT January 22, 2021

    They’re really kidding themselves. I’m never paying that kind of money again and I’m sure I’m not alone. The theater business is not coming back like it was.