will be celebrated on a different date than the date on which it was first celebrated in 2021, and for good reason.
Disney is aiming to host a celebration of mammoth proportions, moving the date to coincide with the , the , to be held at the Anaheim Convention Center not too far from the Disneyland Resort in California.
As such, will be celebrated on , the day before the beginning of the in Anaheim.
Earlier this week, Disney finally announced the date of the debut of its live-action take on Pinocchio starring The new film directed by will enjoy an exclusive debut–also on . as Gepetto. Pinocchio also stars as the Blue Fairy, , Joseph Gordon Levitt, and .
The Disney+ streaming platform first went live on November 12, 2019, debuting–among other brand-new movies and –Disney’s live-action remake of Lady and the Tramp, PIXAR’s Forky Asks a Question , One of Jon Favreau’s The Mandalorian, and more.
When films and , films from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and award-winning like The World According to Jeff Goldblum for around seven bucks a month. first debuted, fans could stream the heck out of Disney classics from like Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty, as well as PIXAR favorites,
Though the monthly subscription cost for the platform has increased, so has the platform’s popularity. During The ‘s most recent earnings call, Disney execs touted its amazing growth during the quarter. The company gained 9 million subscribers during the fiscal second quarter, far exceeding projections.
Last fall, announced the very first CEO Bob Chapek , to be celebrated on November 12, 2021, the two-year anniversary of the roll-out of the platform. Chapek promised new content on , as well as several sneak peeks and trailers for upcoming offerings on the platform.
According to Disney, will premiere brand-new content from PIXAR, Marvel, , and , as well as exciting offers for subscribers, special experiences, and more.