Just yesterday we learned that the WB / DC movie ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ will have a simultaneous theatrical release and HBO Max, something that seems not to happen with Disney and the Marvel Studios movie ‘Black Widow’. According to Deadline, the studio would be considering releasing its future family films in live action on its streaming platform. ‘Cruella‘(from Craig Gillespie),’Peter Pan and Wendy‘(from David Lowery) and’Pinocchio‘(from Robert Zemeckis).
The outlet notes that it is still unclear if these possible releases will reach Disney + with a premium no. However, the possibility that this option will end up being chosen is more than likely, since Disney CEO Bob Chapek previously confirmed that due to the resounding success of the launch of ‘Muln’, they are looking to use this type of premieres with other films. .
With Emma Stone in the title role, ‘Cruella‘aims to explore the origins of a villain who loves animal skins. Set in the 1980s with a punk vibe, the film answers the question: Who was Cruella before Pongo, Perdita and the rest of the Dalmatians crossed her path?
About’Peter Pan and Wendy‘, it is the ninth film version of JM Barrie’s play starring on this occasion by Alexander Molony, Ever Anderson, Jude Law and Yara Shahidi. It tells the story of Peter Pan, a boy who flies and does not want to grow up, and his adventures in Neverland with the brothers Wendy, John and Michael Darling, the fairy Tinker Bell, the Lost Boys, and the evil Captain Hook.
‘Pinocchio‘meanwhile tell Tom Hanksen the main role in this story centered on a wooden puppet who dreams of becoming a real child, whose consequences (especially regarding his lies) lead him to live stories immersed in a world full of fantasy.