Pixar’s latest work “Turning Red” will be canceled in theaters in the United States Exclusively distributed on Disney +

Pixar’s latest work, “Turning Red,” was scheduled to be released nationwide on March 11 (local time), but it has been revealed that it will be switched to exclusive distribution on Disney +. Following the spread of the Omicron strain, it will be the third Pixar work that will not be released in theaters in the United States, following “Soul” and “Luka that Summer.”

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“Turning Red” is a story about a girl who transforms into a huge red panda when she is overly nervous or excited. It is the debut feature film directed by Domee Shi of the short film “Bao” that was screened at the same time in “Incredibles Family”.

Disney, which distributes Disney +, will release “I sometimes Lesser Panda” in theaters in countries and regions that do not offer Disney +.

After Luca on Disney+, what are the next Pixar films?

While Soul and Luca have been offered on Disney+, what are the next Pixar films in preparation that will be available in theaters?

Released directly on Disney +, like Soul , Luca is the latest film from Pixar studios. After a nice summer trip to Italy, it’s towards a red panda and infinity and beyond that animation lovers will have to turn. In 2022, two new Pixar films are scheduled to hit theaters: Turning Red and Lightyear . Here’s what you need to know about these two upcoming feature films.

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The feature debut from Domee Shi , the screenwriter and director of the sublime short film Bao who also worked on Inside Out and The Incredibles 2 , Turning Red is the next coming-of-age comedy from Pixar Studios. Lindsey Collins , who produced Ratatouille and Finding Nemo , will produce Turning Red.

Announced on Disney Investor Day, Lightyear will be Pixar’s other big movie of 2022. This Toy Story spin-off will center on Buzz Lightyear’s youth. And it is a regular of the famous character who will oversee the project: Angus MacLane , co-director of Finding Dory and director of the short films Toy Story: Anguish at the motel and Mini Buzz .

Lightyear will start when Buzz is still just a test pilot…in his head. Before landing in Andy’s room and realizing he’s a toy, the space ranger thought he was the hero of a galactic war against Emperor Zurg, who might be back in this spin -off.

A new Disney song is now bigger than “Let It Go”

On the American charts, “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” from “Encanto” has already had greater success than the Oscar-winning song from “Frost”.
“We are not talking about Bruno”, it is sung in one of the songs from “Encanto”, Disney’s animated musical that premiered at the end of last year. But it still seems like the world is talking a lot about Bruno – the song has already become one of the most successful in Disney history.

“We Don’t Talk About Bruno”, performed by actors such as Stephanie Beatriz and Diane Guerrero, has recently surprised many on the charts in the United States. On this week’s Billboard list, it is in 4th place, thanks to 29 million streams and 8000 downloads.

This is the highest ranking for a Disney song in over 26 years, since the “Pocahontas” song “Colors of the Wind” in 1995 took its place in the same place. In addition, it means that the song is about the Oscar-winning “Let It Go”, from the film “Frozen”, which ended up at the top 5 on the list.