The House of Mouse is not sitting back and resting after launching their blockbuster streaming service earlier this week. Today, they announced new movies from Pixar, Marvel, and more, coming out through 2023.
2020 – New Mutants (April 3), Black Widow (May 1), The Eternals (Nov 6).
2021 – Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (Feb 12), Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (May 7), Spider-Man 3 (July 16), and Thor: Love and Thunder (Nov 5).
2022 – Black Panther 2 (May 6), three untitled movies set for Feb 18, July 29, Oct 7.
2023 – Four untitled films set to release on Feb. 17, May 5, July 28 and Nov. 3.
Speculation on the untitled films centers on Ant-Man 3, Blade, Captain Marvel 2, and Guardians of the Galaxy 3. However, we can’t rule out the possibility of an A-Force film, or a Champions film (younger Avengers like Miles Morales and Ms. Marvel).
New content will also be coming for the juggernaut Disney Plus streaming service as well. We will see The Falcon and Winter Soldier in fall of 2020, WandaVision in spring of 2021, a Loki series also in 2021, a “What If” series in the summer of 2021, and a Hawkeye series in the fall of 2021.
2020 – Mulan (March 27), Artemis Fowl (May 29), Jungle Cruise (July 24).
2021 – Cruella (May 28), Indiana Jones 5 (July 9), Avatar 2 (Dec 17)
2022 – A whopping five live-action films are set to be released on March 25, May 27, July 8, August 12, and November 4 as well as a Star Wars movie on December 16.
2023 – Disney will top themselves with an incredible SIX live-action films set for release on March 10, May 26, July 14, Aug. 11, Oct. 6 and Dec. 15, all are untitled.
Animated and Pixar:
2020 – Pixar releases Onward (March 6), Soul (June 19), and Raya and the Last Dragon (Nov 25).
2021 – Untitled Pixar film on June 18, untitled Disney animation on Nov 24.
2022 – Two Pixar films on March 11 and June 17 (no titles), one more Disney animation on Nov 23.
2023 – One Pixar film on June 16 (no title) and one more Disney animation on November 22.
Disney is on pace to own 40% of the US box office in 2019 and already smashed the record for posting $7.67 billion in ticket sales back in July. With the Disney machine really going into high gear, it seems that they will break record after record, year after year, with little end in sight. This year alone, they have 5 of the top 10 highest grossing films, with Frozen 2 and “The Rise of Skywalker” still yet to come out. Warner Bros, Universal Pictures, and other competitors will have their work cut out for them in the upcoming years.
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