This week marks a significant event for Pixar enthusiasts as three highly praised animated films from the studio are hitting theaters nationwide for the first time since their initial releases on Disney+.
Fans are in for a treat as these Pixar favorites, which were initially available exclusively on Disney’s streaming platform, will now grace the silver screen, offering a unique and immersive cinematic experience for a limited period.
The cinematic journey begins with the theatrical release of “Soul,” the comedy-drama film that first premiered in December 2020. The narrative follows Joe Gardner, a talented jazz pianist on the verge of a breakthrough, whose life takes an unexpected turn when he falls through an open manhole cover while navigating the streets of New York City.
“Soul” makes its debut on the big screen starting January 12, allowing fans to relish the heartwarming tale in a traditional movie theater setting.
Following Joe Gardner’s captivating story, the spotlight shifts to Mei Lee, her friends, and the boys from 4*Town as “Turning Red” takes center stage in theaters. Originally released in March 2022, the film explores Mei’s journey as she grapples with a challenging decision: conforming to her mother’s expectations or embracing her true self, even if it means transforming into a giant red panda.
The theatrical releases of these Pixar gems offer audiences a chance to revisit the magic and emotion of these animated masterpieces in a communal and larger-than-life setting. Don’t miss this limited-time opportunity to witness the enchantment of Pixar on the big screen.