It’s a good year for Disney+ exclusives.
#Trolls World Tour
Key members of the production team run through the visual references used for the film’s many themed worlds.
Dreamworks’ sequel took an estimated $9.7 million over the Friday-Sunday period, which would mark the strongest opening since Pixar’s “Onward.”
“I don’t see [France’s] cinema theatre as any riskier than school,” says Xavier Albert, Universal Pictures France’s managing director.
One animated feature is bucking the trend, and rather than delaying its release date, it’s moving it forward.
The multi-year overall deal gives Dreamworks an exclusive first-look at his original animated projects.
Pixar’s latest topped the rankings with all of $27,000.
“Trolls World Tour” did well on video-on-demand. Universal wants to repeat the formula. Theaters are furious.
Hint: it helps to have yodeling.
The coronavirus has pushed other releases back — and may still do the same with these two.
The days of exclusive theatrical windows will eventually come to an end. Coronavirus is simply speeding up the process.
“Trolls World Tour” will be the guinea pig in a major experiment for Hollywood film studios.
Dreamworks’s sequel to 2016’s “Trolls” features one of the starriest musical casts of any film, period.
Highlights: Three original works from Disney and Pixar, Apple’s entry into the animated features arena, and China’s growing role in international co-productions.
“Trolls World Tour” will be released in U.S. theaters on April 17, 2020.