Black Widow and Cruella will both be bowing on Disney+ with Premier Access the same day they hit theaters.
Disney is shaking things up yet again when it comes to their release slate, bringing both good and bad news for movie lovers interested in checking out some of the studio’s most highly anticipated titles.
To start, Marvel’s much anticipated Black Widow once again finds itself with a brand new release date.
The stand alone superhero flick was originally due to hit theaters in the spring of 2020, but has had its release date shuffled around quite a few times in light of the coronavirus pandemic. The last we heard, Disney was planning on releasing Black Widow on May 7. Now, the studio is announcing that fans will have to wait until July 9 before the movie premieres.
Fans may have to wait another two months before they can experience Natasha Romanoff’s origin story, but the push back comes with a small silver lining. In addition to announcing a new July release date for Black Widow, Disney also announced that the film would be available to watch via Disney+ with Premier Access the same day it hits theaters.
Similarly, it was also announced today (March 23), that Cruella starring Emma Stone would also be available on Disney+ with Premier Access on the same day it hits theaters.
Both Black Widow and Cruella will set viewers back an additional $30 a piece should they wish to enjoy them in the comfort of their own homes.
Finally, the Mouse House announced that Disney and Pixar’s Luca will be available to stream, at no extra cost beginning Friday, June 18.