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Disney is Rising towards the 'Skywalker' Early On Digital Home Video by leaving StarWars

Disney is Rising towards the 'Skywalker' Early On Digital Home Video by leaving StarWars

As the effect of the corona increasing day by day different countries and organization are taking different decision to be secure from it and now some like Disney also has taken the decision for it so let's talk about what are those. 

Disney made Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker available for purchase a few days early, with most of the country sitting at home waiting out the coronavirus.
                                                                                                                                   The film should have been released on Tuesday 17 March. Instead, in most digital stores including Vudu, Apple TV and iTunes, Google Play, FandangoNow and Amazon, the final Skywalker Saga became available late Friday, March 13th. The game is available for $19.99 in HD and SD, and $24.99 in 4 K Ultra HD. In December 2019 the Skywalker's Rise hit theatres. The film debuted to diverse reactions from critics and lifetime fans of Star Wars but raked at the worldwide box office in $1.07 billion. Enthusiasts of home entertainment have plenty more to fill their time with. Frozen 2 is also getting an early release as Deadline announced yesterday. Disney announced Friday it would dump the film on its Disney+ premium streaming service three months ahead of schedule in the US and globally.

 "Here he is! #Frozen2 streams now in the U.S. on #DisneyPlus. Coming this Tuesday to Canada, the Netherlands, Australia and New Zealand, "the studio revealed on their official Twitter page today.
                                         And Disney CEO Bob Chapek said the company was pleased to share the film earlier, noting that “the themes of perseverance and the importance of family are messages that are incredibly relevant during this time and we are pleased to be able to share this heartwarming story early with our Disney+ subscribers to enjoy at home on any device.”

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