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Pixar’s “Soul” release date on Disney+

Pixar’s Soul will enjoy a wide theatrical release on June 19, 2020, but when will the upcoming animated film have its release date on Disney+?

We can assume its premiere on Disney’s brand-new streamer will be approximately January 19, 2021, based on when it hits multiplexes.

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Disney+ already owns exclusive streaming rights to Pixar’s catalog. Now it has this gem to look forward to in ringing in the next new year.

A metaphysical musical?

Here’s the quick synopsis from IMDB:

A musician who has lost his passion for music is transported out of his body and must find his way back with the help of an infant soul learning about herself.

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Jamie Foxx plays the musician, while Tina Fey voices the “infant soul.” Both actors have tremendous musical capabilities.

Foxx won a Best Actor Oscar for playing Ray Charles in the biopic, Ray. Fey created a musical adaptation of her mega-hit Mean Girls and earned a Tony Award nomination.

In addition to assembling great talent and beautiful visuals, Soul should pack Pixar’s trademark emotional punch.

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The studio’s other recent, musically-charged offering Coco dealt with protagonist Miguel crossing over into the Land of the Dead. Soul seems in that spirit, yet with only a tease of the plot to go off of, it’s tantalizingly mysterious.

It’s going to be a big year for the studio at the multiplex. In addition to Soul, Pixar is releasing Onward, on March 6, 2020, and that should be on Disney+ by October.

4K/HDR/Dolby Atmos

The Mouse House is bringing out all the bells, whistles and stunning visuals, which means Soul will be presented on Disney+ in 4K, HDR, and Dolby Atmos.

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You won’t have to pay extra for higher quality, either. The $6.99 monthly price tag of Disney+ will offer the best possible presentation of the film in terms of video and audio quality.

Check out the Soul teaser trailer below.

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