In other global news, “Belle” has topped the Japanese box office for the second weekend running.
Upcoming titles like “Minions: The Rise of Gru” and “Puss in Boots: The Last Wish” will be available in the U.S. on Netflix.
Miyazaki’s influential series will be released by GKIDS later this year.
The Dreamworks sequel took a projected $17.3M in three days, far behind the original’s $50M in 2017.
The film will come out on August 13 in over 240 countries and territories.
The new outfit’s first title, “Sheba,” takes a fresh approach to the African legend of the Queen of Sheba.
The anime feature had its world premiere at last week’s Annecy Festival.
Sony’s spooky fourquel has moved from July 23 to October 1 on the theatrical release calendar.
The distributor is planning a winter theatrical release, positioning the film for an Oscar run next year.
At least 36 territories will get to see Pixar’s latest on the big screen. In the U.S., it will play exclusively on Disney+.
Bob Chapek has given the fullest explanation yet for the decision to move the Pixar film to Disney+.
In an unprecedented move, Universal will make the film available (at no extra cost) to Peacock Premium subscribers.
A recent legal breakthrough will allow franchise titles to be seen by the world at last.
With today’s series of announcements, Disney may have dealt a deathblow to movie theaters.
The film is now set for a full two years after its initial release date.
“The consumer is probably more impatient than they’ve ever been before,” says Chapek.
The films will open theatrically in the country at the same time as their streaming releases overseas, raising the possibility of piracy.
The arthouse distributor which released the Oscar-winning “Parasite” paid a seven-figure sum for the European co-pro.
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