Pixar’s latest release ‘Soul’ has been pushed back for a November release due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the film was slated for a June release. Walt Disney and co. had announced on Monday that the film will no longer be hitting the theatres on 19th June due to the Coronavirus Pandemic.
The film will now be hitting the theatres on November 20 and all Major studios have cancelled out their films which were slated for a summer release and these cancellations has caused a huge impact on the Hollywood’s summer schedule.
Walt Disney co. films that have been pushed back include Tenet by Christopher Nolan and Mulan. The last Pixar film Onward played in theatres for two weeks before the Pandemic caused all theatres to shut down globally.
The films official synopsis reads out “Joe is a middle-school band teacher whose life hasn’t quite gone the way he expected. His true passion is jazz and he’s good. But when he travels to another realm to help someone find their passion, he soon discovers what it means to have soul.”
Soul which cast’s the voices of Tina Fey and Jamie Foxx in the lead roles will now be releasing on November 20, it looks like we will not be getting any film this year in the summers.