Date: 15th April 2020
Disney has postponed the theatrical release of “Soul,” an animated adventure from Pixar, since cinemas are still closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. The movie was originally set to open on June 19 and will now debut on Nov. 20.
“Soul,” which was slated for release in June, will now be released on November 20. “Raya and the Last Dragon,” which was slated for release on Thanksgiving weekend, will now be moved to March 12, 2021, filling a slot held by an untitled Disney live action film that has now been removed from the schedule.
With the scheduling shift for "Soul", a major movie isn't set to open in theaters until the end of July. Last month, Disney shuffled the release calendar for most of its upcoming pics - pushing "Mulan" to July 24, "Black Widow" to Nov. 7 and "The Eternals" to February of 2021.
Source: Press Release