Disney Announces Release Changes for ‘Cruella’, ‘The King’s Man’, and More

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Disney has announced several major release changes due to the ongoing COVID pandemic. With Black Widow shifting to July 9 and simultaneously debuting on Disney+ Premier Access, several other films had to move to accommodate it. Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings was originally set to premiere in early July but will now premiere September 3, while Cruella will retain its May 28 release date but will also be available with Disney+ Premier Access the same day. The full list of changes are below:

Cruella (May 28), theatrical and Disney+ Premier Access ($30 rental fee)

Luca (June 18), exclusive Disney+ release at no extra cost to subscribers

Black Widow (July 9), theatrical and Disney+ Premier Access ($30 rental fee)

Free Guy (August 13), theatrical

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (September 3), theatrical

The King’s Man (December 22), theatrical

Deep Water (January 14, 2022), theatrical

Death on the Nile (February 11, 2022), theatrical

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