Disney Delays “Mulan” Live-Action to 2020, Announces Multiple Placeholder Dates, and More

Following today’s news that Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War would move up one week to be released on April 27th, Disney has now announced several larger release schedule moves. First, the live-action remake of Mulan has been delayed and will now be released March 27th, 2020. Previously the film has been announced for November of this year, but that clearly wasn’t going to happen. In other news we kind of already knew, Disney has also pulled Nicole (sometimes referred to Noelle) from the release schedule. The Anna Kendrick starrer is expected to join Disney’s previously-pulled Magic Camp on the streaming service launching in 2019. Meanwhile, Penguins from DIsneynature will be coming to theatres April 19th, 2019.

Beyond those moves, Disney also set dates for a number untitled projects. One Untitled Marvel film will move to July 31st, 2020 from August 7th, 2020 while new sates have been set for May 7th, 2021; July 30th, 2021, November 5th, 2021; February 18th, 2022; May 6th, 2022; and July 29th, 2022. Additionally, an Untitled Pixar Animation film will move from March 13th, 2020 up to March 6th, 2020 while an untitled Disney Live-Action shifts from April 3rd, 2020 to May 29th, 2020.

Disney also set a number of placeholder dates for new live-action films: October 4th, 2019; November 8th, 2019; February 14th, 2020; October 9th, 2020; December 23rd, 2020; February 12th, 2021; May 28th, 2021; July 9th, 2021; October 8th, 2021; December 22nd, 2021; May 27th, 2022; July 8th, 2022; October 7th, 2022; November 4th, 2022; November 23rd, 2022; December 16th, 2022; and February 17th, 2023. Finally, Untitled Pixar projects are slated for March 18th, 2022 and June 17th, 2022 while an Untitled Disney Animation film is set for November 23rd, 2022.