The Bob’s Burgers Movie’ sets its release date for the year 2022

Due to the popularity of Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings’ opening weekend, the Walt Disney Company has committed to exclusively releasing all of 2021’s subsequent film releases in theatres alone. Besides this, Disney unveiled an ambitious schedule of largely unnamed projects that fans can expect from their favorite Disney IPs all the way up to 2024.

In addition to the previously announced slates of four pictures in 2022 and five in 2023, Disney has scheduled four more Marvel movies for 2024. While new Marvel movies and a release date for The Little Mermaid live-action were predicted, there were a few surprises in the 2017 cinema calendar.

Nightmare Alley, the R-rated psychological thriller from Guillermo del Toro, has been moved back two weeks to December 17th, putting it in direct competition with Spider-Man: No Way Home. Ron Perlman appears in the film as well as Rooney Mara and Toni Collette. Bradley Cooper also appears in the film as well as Rooney Blanchett and Willem Dafoe.

The Bob’s Burgers movie now has a release date, which is arguably the greatest news of the lot. Soon after the announcement, fans were able to see the film’s poster on Twitter. “Flippin’ Theaters” will release the film on May 27th, 2022, just in time for Memorial Day Weekend.

From March 1st through June 14th, 2024, Disney will release two unnamed Pixar Animation films and a live-action Disney feature. About these projects, very little is known. Most of Disney’s live-action versions of Disney princesses have launched in March in the past, including Cinderella, Beauty and the Beast, and Mulan (prior to the pandemic-related push to September 2020). As a result of its May release date, the Aladdin adaption shattered this trend. In any case, Disney is signaling a commitment to the theatre experience with these new pictures, no matter what they are.

Most likely, Disney’s faith in exclusive theatrical releases was boosted by the dismal performance of Black Widow and Cruella, which were made accessible on Disney+ for an extra charge. However, both Fall Guy and Shang-Chi did well at the box office during their limited theatrical runs, despite consumer reluctance. Eternals and The King’s Man, two of Disney’s upcoming blockbusters, aren’t taking any chances when it comes to box office numbers.

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