In an unexpected move that could shape the future of Pixar films, Turning Red, announced to open in theaters on March 11, will not hit theaters and can be seen directly in streaming for free to subscribers of Disney plus.
You will not have to pay any extra amount as Disney Plus already did with other Pixar films such as Soul and Luca.
It seems that the Premier Access format that was used for films like Black Widow, in which you had to pay an additional price to the subscription, will not return.
In Latin America the film is known directly as Red, although the name change is not understood, nor why it was not translated directly as “Red.”
“Given the slow recovery of the box office (in theaters), particularly for family movies, flexibility remains at the core of our distribution decisions as we prioritize delivering the unrivaled content of The Walt Disney Company to audiences. from all over the world, “they said from the company.
For now, the only film that has managed to overcome the public’s fears by attending theaters, even with the Omicron variant is “Spider-Man 3: No Way Home”, which this weekend will comfortably exceed 1,500 million dollars , becoming one of the highest grossing titles in history. Will it reach two billion dollars?
What is known about the movie Turning Red?
It is an animated comedy aimed at children, although many of Pixar’s productions have winks that are enjoyed by the whole family.
Mei Lee is a thirteen-year-old teenager who moves between her attempts to remain her mother’s obedient daughter and the chaos of adolescence.
But as if the natural emotional, hormonal and body changes of puberty weren’t enough, every time Mei Lee gets too excited she turns into a gigantic red panda.
Turning Red or Red is directed by the Chinese-Canadian Domee Shi, recognized after winning an Oscar for Best Animated Short Film for “Bao.”
Turning Red premieres March 11, 2022 exclusively on Disney plus.
This is his trailer with subtitles: