However, it is presently unsure whether “Extinct” will be released on this date (finally!). There has been no official confirmation of the mid-October launch date, nor has there been any release of a trailer in the United States. Similarly, it’s unknown whether “Extinct” will be released as a streaming-only film, a theatrical film, or a hybrid of the two. This isn’t the first time the release date for “Extinct” has been pushed back. According to Deadline, “Extinct” was first revealed in 2019 with a 2020 release date scheduled. According to EDM.com, “Extinct” was in post-production in late 2020, with a first-half 2021 release date expected. IMDB
That’s right, you’ve got it now! There are many benefits to family films, and 2021 has already seen the release of several serious crowdpleasers, such as Netflix’s The Mitchells vs the Machines and Disney+’s Raya and the Last Dragon. They encourage us to explore strange new realms, but maybe most importantly, they are wellsprings of creativity, allowing designers to experiment with creations we’ve never seen before — much like flummels.