Disney just announced all their movies to be released over the next 4 years at the D23 convention in Anaheim, California last week.
And, here they are, starting in mid-2017:
The third Cars movie was just released July 7, 2017.
Chris Hemsworth is back on the screen for the third instalment of the Thor films, and it’s rumored that The Hulk will be making an appearance, too. Thor: Ragnarok will be released November 2017.
Inspired by Mexican celebration, Day of the Dead. Expected in December 2017.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi
The eighth episode of the Star Wars franchise is due December 2017.
Disney’s live-action remake of 101 Dalmatians will focus on Cruella De Vil – played by Emma Stone – and her back story, out December 2017.
The introduction of a new Marvel superhero movie starring Chadwick Boseman. Black Panther is due out February 2018.
A Wrinkle in Time
The remake of the 1963 Madeleine L’Engle novel star Oprah Winfrey, Storm Reid, Reese Witherspoon, Mindy Kaling and Zach Galifianakis. Out March 2018.
Ralph Breaks The Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2
The retro-gaming animation is back for a sequel, due to be released March 2018.
This live action family film is out April 2018.
Avengers: Infinity War
The 2018 sequel will apparently be a two-part film – with the first part Infinity War coming out on April 2018.
Star Wars Prequel: Currently untitled Star Wars spin-off
A Star Wars spin-off movie is in the works and will be a prequel about Han Solo. May 2018.
Ant-Man 2: The Wasp
Paul Rudd’s Ant-Man embarks on a new adventure with The Wasp, played by Evangeline Lilly. Out June 2018.
The Incredibles 2
The main characters – Elastigirl, Mr. Incredible, Violet, Frozone, Dash and Jack-Jack – are back, this time for a story that focusses mainly on Elastigirl’s life of fighting crime. Out July 2018.
Following the success of the live-action version of Cinderella, Disney announced loads of other cartoons were being made into real life productions, too – Mulan 2 out November 2018.
Mary Poppins Returns
With Emily Blunt as Mary Poppins in the live-action sequel to the original. Christmas 2018. See more movie stills here: Mary Poppins Returns
Another awesome female led superhero film hits up our screens, out March 2019.
The live-action adaptation of the story of the big-eared flying Elephant stars Eva Green, Michael Keaton and Colin Farrell, and directed by Tim Burton. March 2019.
Avengers: Infinity War- Part II
The third and final instalment of Avengers will be released on April 2019.
Star Wars: Episode IX
Directed by Jurassic World’s Colin Trevorrow with a release date May 2019.
Toy Story 4
Yep, they’re doing another one. The story will be a love story between Woody and Bo Beep. Current release date June 21, 2019.
Indiana Jones: Untitled Indiana Jones sequel
Details are sparse, but we do know it’ll be directed by Steven Spielberg. Current release date: July 2019.
The Lion King
Directed by the man behind the live action version of The Jungle Book, Jon Favreau, a remake of The Lion King is coming and will be AMAZING. July 2019.
Not going to let this one go… out Thanksgiving 2019.
Disney live action film with Naomi Scott as Jasmine, Mena Massoud as Prince Ali and Will Smith as the Genie. Summer 2019.
Inspired by classic story Jack and the Beanstalk, the movie will follow Jack, who stumbles upon giants in the sky and befriends a 60 ft., 11-year-old girl named Imma. Release date November 2020.
Also coming, some additional live action remakes: 2018 – 2021:
UNTITLED DISNEY FAIRYTALE (LIVE ACTION) August 3, 2018
UNTITLED DISNEY LIVE ACTION August 9, 2019
UNTITLED MARVEL (3D) July 7, 2020
UNTITLED DISNEY LIVE ACTION April 3, 2020
UNTITLED DISNEY ANIMATION (3D) November 24, 2021
UNTITLED DISNEY LIVE ACTION March 12, 2021
UNTITLED PIXAR ANIMATION (3D) June 18, 2021
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