Disney to Release 24 Movies in 24 Months!

10/2015: New movie release schedule

10/2015:  Updated movie release schedule

October 2015 Movie Release Update:

Disney has announced changes and new release dates to their upcoming slate of 19 feature films, it was announced Thursday, October 8, 2015.

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The revised movie release schedule.

Toy Story 4” has been delayed by a year while “Cars 3” is now scheduled to be released on June 16, 2017 — the original date set for the latest sequel in Pixar’s Toy Story franchise, which is now set for release on June 15, 2018.  A year later, “Incredibles 2” will be released to movie theaters on June 21, 2019. Two more untitled Pixar films will be released on March 13 and June 19, 2020.

As part of the previously-announced Phase 3 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Disney announced the sequel “Ant-Man and the Wasp” arriving July 6, 2018 as well as “Captain Marvel”, “Black Panther” and three more untitled Marvel Studios films set to be released May 1, 2020, July 10, 2020, and November 6, 2020.

“Black Panther” has been moved five months ahead from July 6, 2018, to February 16, 2018 while “Captain Marvel” has been delayed eight months and will arrive in theaters March 8, 2018.

Live-action remakes of Disney classics, which have to be revealed, will also arrive in the next few years. The first will be released on December 22, 2017 with the next one following a year later on November 2. Two more will be released in 2019 — on March 29 and November 8. A live-action version of “Beauty and the Beast” will also be released March 17, 2017.

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Disney movie release schedule through 2017.

Original Disney movie release schedule through 2017.

In case you missed it, Disney plans on releasing 24 new movies in the next 24 months (24/24).

Here’s the lineup with movie release dates:

1.  Avengers: Age of Ultron (Marvel) – May 1, 2015
2.  Tomorrowland (Walt Disney Pictures) – May 22, 2015
3.  Inside Out (Pixar) – June 19, 2015
4.  Ant-Man (Marvel) – July 17, 2015
5.  Bridge of Spies (DreamWorks) – Oct. 16, 2015
6.  The Good Dinosaur (Pixar) – Nov. 25, 2015
7.  Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Lucasfilm) – Dec. 18, 2015
8.  The Finest Hours (Walt Disney Pictures) – Jan. 29, 2016
9.  Zootopia (Walt Disney Animation Studios) – March 4, 2016
10.  The Jungle Book (Walt Disney Pictures) – April 15, 2016
11.  Captain America: Civil War (Marvel) – May 6, 2016
12.  Alice: Through the Looking Glass (Walt Disney Pictures) – May 27, 2016
13.  Finding Dory (Pixar) – June 17, 2016
14.  The BFG (Walt Disney Pictures) – July 1, 2016
15.  Pete’s Dragon (Walt Disney Pictures) – Aug. 12, 2016
16.  Doctor Strange (Marvel) – Nov. 4, 2016
17.  Moana (Walt Disney Animation Studios) – Nov. 23, 2016
18.  Star Wars Anthology: Rogue One (Lucasfilm) – Dec. 16, 2016
19.  Beauty and the Beast (Walt Disney Pictures) – March 17, 2017
20.  Ghost in the Shell (DreamWorks) – April 14, 2017
21.  Guardians of the Galaxy 2 (Marvel) – May 5, 2017
22.  Star Wars: Episode VIII (Lucasfilm) – May 26, 2017
23.  Toy Story 4 (Pixar) – June 16, 2017**
24.  Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (Walt Disney Pictures) – July 17, 2017

** Release delayed a whole year now.

After being gone for over a month due to hurting his hand during filming, Johnny Depp returned to Australia this week to resume filming.

After being gone for over a month due to hurting his hand during filming, Johnny Depp returned to Australia this week to resume POTC filming.

Whoa!

Even for a major movie studio, that’s a hefty movie release schedule!

But, wait, there’s even more to come through 2019:
1.  Thor: Ragnarok (Marvel) – Nov. 3, 2017
2.  Untitled Pixar Animation – Nov. 22, 2017
3.  Untitled Disney Animation – March 9, 2018 (Frozen?)
4.  Avengers: Infinity War Part I (Marvel) – May 4, 2018
5.  Untitled Pixar Animation – June 15, 2018 (The Incredibles 2?)
6.  Black Panther (Marvel) – July 6, 2018
7.  Captain Marvel (Marvel) – Nov. 2, 2018
8.  Untitled Disney Animation – Nov. 21, 2018
9.  Avengers: Infinity War Part II (Marvel) – May 3, 2019
10. Inhumans (Marvel) – July 12, 2019

The Frozen and The Incredibles sequels will most likely comprise two of the “untitled” Disney and Pixar animated film slots.

Star Wars: Episode IX will also be appearing in that lineup, along with at least one other standalone Star Wars Anthology film.

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working together at DAK

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