In Case You Missed It: News and Rumors – Week of March 13, 2020

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This definitely is a Friday the 13th week, isn’t it? With all the Coronavirus concern and watching everything, it’s been a somewhat bizarre week.

This week we get a glimpse at a number of new Disney trailers, find out what Disney song you can download in Apple Music, and more.

In Case You Missed It – Disney and Universal Orlando News and Rumors

Did you know that Apple Music has the new song from Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway? Download it now!

Onward did not do as well as initially thought, as far as box office is concerned. Did you see the film? What did you think?

Disney has postponed the theatrical release of Mulan amid growing concerns over coronavirus. Though the film did have its premiere.

Here’s something I never thought I’d say. Peter Jackson (yeah…Lord of the Rings, Peter Jackson) will be releasing The Beatles: Get Back, a new documentary on the band during its final year and it will be under Disney’s name.

Did you catch the preview of the the upcoming Pixar film, Soul? What do you think of it?

It’s gonna be the adventure of a lifetime. So excited about The Jungle Cruise and this trailer made me even more so.

This week must have been new trailer week, as we also got the final trailer for Black Widow.

Could we get a Halloween Horror Nights film from Blumhouse? It’s possible.

Here’s a look at the magic behind Universal Orlando’s nighttime show for the Wizarding World of Harry Potter.

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Rikki Niblett

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One thought on “In Case You Missed It: News and Rumors – Week of March 13, 2020

  • March 14, 2020 at 12:24 am

    I did catch the trailer for ‘Soul’ and I have to wonder whether I’m weird or something because I didn’t like it. I feel like I’m being a hypocrite because I had no issues with Coco, which deals with the afterlife, but for some reason ‘Soul’ struck me as…more religiously offensive? Maybe because Coco seems sillier and obviously unrealistic, but this movie looks like it’s drawing much more heavily on actual religious views (like the pre-birth creation of souls being a heavily Mormon view.). I don’t know – it just makes me uncomfortable. Again, I’m probably in the minority, but it’ll be interesting to see if there is any reaction because of that stronger religious tone or if the majority of people just shrug it off and enjoy the story.


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