July was supposed to be the month when the Walt Disney Co. would stop sheltering in place and start operating in a post-Covid-19 world. But for the company that just months ago was the envy of Hollywood, few things are going according to plan.

Theaters that were supposed to reopen this past weekend are staying shut, delaying Disney’s big summer movie “Mulan” a second time. A reopening of Disneyland on July 17—the day of the Anaheim, Calif., park’s 65th anniversary, with T-shirts and pins manufactured to commemorate the event—is…

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