The Walt Disney Company has decided that it will be releasing two of its big summer films in both theaters and on its streaming service Disney+.
CNN reported Tuesday that company officials will release “Cruella” in traditional theaters and on Disney+ with Premier Access on May 28.
Pixar’s “Luca” though will be released only on Disney+ on June 18.
Premier Access will cost $29.99 for each film.
Originally “Black Widow” was supposed to open on May 1, 2020, but was delayed when the coronavirus pandemic shut down movie theaters.
Disney also announced that “Death on the Nile” has been bumped from September 2021 to February 2022, The LA Times reported. The film stars Armie Hammer, who is currently under investigation for alleged sexual assault, The Associated Press reported last week.
A handful of other movies under the Disney various production companies have also been delayed, including Ryan Reynolds’ comedy “Free Guy,” Marvel’s “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings,” “The King’s Man” and “Deep Water,” the Times reported.