Disney revived its film releases in Spain on July 24, with “Mulan”


Madrid, 15 apr (EFE).- After being forced to postpone several releases due to the crisis of the coronavirus and the closure of theaters, the film’s distributor Disney already has a new calendar for Spain which starts on July 24 with “Mulan”.

This new version of the classic animation with the actors and real-life scenarios, directed by the filmmaker Niki Caro, had been premiered the last march 27.

The highly anticipated “The black widow” from Marvel Studios, originally scheduled for April 24, passes as of October 20, and “The Eternals”, the next project from Marvel that was going to be November of this year, passes to the February 12, 2021.

The film of terror, “Empty Man”, directed by David Prior, under the umbrella of Fox (acquired last year by Disney), is held for the August 7, 2020, and on the 21st of the same month comes “The one and only Ivan” with Angelina Jolie.

According to the calendar released today by Disney, subject as usual to possible modifications, the 4 of September come the documentary “The Beatles, get back” and on the 18th of that month, “The Kings’ Man” of Matthew Vaughn.

“Death on the Nile”, the adaptation of Kenneth Branagh of the novel of Agatha Christie, will be released on the 9th of October, and the long-awaited “The french dispatch”, the new Wes Anderson, initially planned for this summer, the 23 of October.

The tape musical “Everybody’s talking about Jamie” will be released in Spain on November 6; “Deep Water”, based on the novel by Patricia Highsmith, the 13 of November, while “Soul”, the new Pixar, they still do not have a confirmed date in Spain (in the united States yes, the 20 of November).

For December are “Free guy” – day 11 – with Ryan Reynolds, which in principle would this summer and the new “West side story” prepared by Steven Spielberg, the 25th.

For 2021 are transferred, in addition to the above-mentioned “The eternals”, “The last duel” by Ridley Scott – the meeting of Ben Affleck and Matt Damon- (January 8), the animated films “Ron’s gone wrong,” (26 February) and “Bob’s burguers” (9 April), “Cruella” (28 may), with Emma Stone and Emma Thompson, and “Jungle Cruise” (August 6), directed by spaniard Jaume Collet-Serra and starring Dwayne Johnson. EFE