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Disney plans to migrate to live broadcasts and cancel channels in Latin America

jeez! Looks like we won’t be taking Disney out of stream anytime soon. The channel, which has always been very successful with its series, films and films, may not have a future on television. Through a letter sent to television operators, the multinational announced that five of its closed channels in Latin America will be closed from March 31. In the statement, the company cited Disney XD, Nat Geo Wild, Nat Geo Kids, FXM, and Star Life.

The closure relates to Disney’s strategy to migrate all of its content to Disney +, a streaming platform that, since its launch, has already attracted many subscribers around the world. It is worth noting that in October last year, Disney Channel and Disney Junior were already removed from the air in Asia, Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom, with the same goal.

However, Latin America has not yet been included as part of the decision. It is also worth noting that the Star Life channel was bought by Fox, and therefore, it must remain in Brazil, with only its name replaced by CineCanal.

‘Red: Growing Up Wicked’ will be released exclusively on Disney+

Disney’s film schedule and its partner studios show “Red Growing Up” in theaters March 11, Pixar’s next animated movie after the release of “Luca.”

However, due to the advancement of the Ômicron variant of the world in recent days, causing a massive increase in cases in the United States and in many countries around the world, the studio has chosen to withdraw a long time from the theatrical release network.

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Because of this decision, on the same date that it will appear on the screens, “Red: Growing Up Is a Beast” will be available to all Disney + subscribers, that is, without the need to pay an additional amount for Premier Access.

Remember, Disney’s position is the same as it took with Soul, Luca, and other Pixar films. Features like “Raya and the Last Dragon” and “Encanto,” produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios, have opened in theaters amid the coronavirus pandemic, with the first option to pay for early access in Premier Access remaining.

A song written by Billie Eilish and Phineas

billie eilish he’s your brother Phineas O’Connell Together they will write the music for the upcoming Disney Pixar movie, “Red: Growing up is a Beast” (Turning Red). The singing brothers have already written three songs for the film, which were sung by a fantasy band, of which Finnish is a part, along with other stars.

Recently, Billie and Finneas shared how it was when making songs for the animation: “It was fun, man. I’m excited about this announcement because it was our secret. We’ve been making songs during the pandemic,” the singer told The Hollywood Reporter.

“It was a really fun process,” he said. “Yes, we saw the plot of the movie in early 2020, maybe late 2019 … and the director is really talented – her name is Dom Shi,” added Bailey. Finneas also spoke about the project and added, “Yeah, it’s great, it was a really great process, from start to finish.”

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