Following the release of Mulan, Disney is also bringing its next big movie to Disney + without going through theaters. Theaters do not stop receiving bad news. In a disastrous year for their businesses where the pandemic has forced theaters to close for months and after a reopening with limited capacity and few major premieres, the situation worsens even more after the news in recent weeks: delays in Dune, The Batman and other blockbusters and now Pixar will release its next film directly on Disney +. Soul was the premiere that Pixar had prepared for the month of November. But since normality is not going to be restored, they have decided to delay it for a month and launch it directly on Disney +. It seems that the producer does not want to retain it until the situation improves and will release it this Christmas. For Disney + subscribers, we must comment on the good news that it will arrive directly on the platform without going through the Premier service or similar formulas, not as happened with Mulan. It will be free for subscribers, you will not have to pay to see it. Sign up for Disney + and enjoy one of the largest catalogs in the streaming scene, with sagas like Star Wars or Marvel. For months it has been heard that Disney is going to bet on its new era by only bringing the greatest hits to theaters, a situation that will go much further from the pandemic. Everything that does not smell of guaranteed success at Disney, Pixar or Marvel will go through other distribution formulas. Risky look that won’t do theaters any good. Although it wasn’t expected to be a huge success, a Pixar movie always works at the box office and family-focused releases have been greatly reduced in recent months, so it could be an outlet for the box office, but eventually will try to use to strengthen the Disney + service. This will serve to give more value to Disney +, which removing The Mandalorian does not seem to have too many new releases for subscribers, many of them used to the crazy rhythm of other platforms. From Disney + Artemis Fowl, Hamilton and Mulan have been shown as premieres, novelties that have not satisfied everyone either. When the dates approach, we will talk more about Soul, but for now we are left with this news: the multinational’s commitment to premiere its next film directly on Disney +. We’ll see how long this goes on.