“Inside Out 2” Gets 100-Day Cinema Run SuperNayr


Pixar’s upcoming “Inside Out” sequel is expected to be one of the biggest films of the year, and Disney is reportedly vowing to ensure its success by giving it something only a few films are getting this year – a long theatrical exclusivity window.

Pixar president Jim Morris tells Bloomberg that “Inside Out 2” will screen for at least 100 days in cinemas, more than double the 47-day window of “Lightyear” and the 89-day window of “Elemental” on the Disney+ service.

That means the earliest the film will arrive on digital platforms would be late September. The aim is to help reverse the consumer mindset after short-lived Disney CEO Bob Chapek’s decision to have three Pixar films – “Soul,” “Luca,” and “Turning Red”- bypass theaters and jump directly to the Disney+ service.

This seemingly “trained audiences to expect Pixar pictures to premiere on their phones and in their homes instead of in cinemas” according to the outlet. “Lightyear” was seen as a victim of this, as was “Elemental” at the beginning.

Disney stuck with it, though, leading to “Elemental” staying in cinemas and ultimately doing well at the box-office. Morris aims to continue that trend:

“I hope that we will not release another feature film on Disney+. If we do more stuff for Disney+, it should be a series, and then that makes a clean demarcation between what we do for theaters and what we do for streaming.”

Pixar’s first animated TV series, “Win or Lose,” will premiere later this year on Disney+ while an “Inside Out” spinoff series titled “Dream Productions” is in the works for 2025.

The first “Inside Out” grossed $858 million worldwide. The sequel arrives in cinemas on June 14th.

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