Anna Kendrick’s ‘Noelle’ Moving to Disney Streaming Service

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Anna Kendrick’s Santa Claus movie “Noelle” is moving to the upcoming (and unnamed) Disney streaming service. The movie was originally slated for a theatrical release on November 8, 2019.

From Variety…

Disney declined to comment and has been pretty tight-lipped about what its streaming service will look like, but those in the know expect the studio will make between four to five original movies a year. “Avengers” films and “Star Wars” installments typically carry budgets in the $200 million range, but these films will have price tags under $100 million. They will be more in the mid-budget range of films. “Noelle,” which has been described as a female Santa Claus movie, had been rumored to be part of that suite of programming for some time.

This comes on the heels of other shuffles in Disney’s movie schedules, including the live-action Mulan being moved back to 2020 and Avengers: Infinity War moving its release up a week.

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[Source: Variety]

 

 


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