Walt Disney Studios has announced their film release schedule, including the recently acquired Fox film studio, for everything currently slated from now through 2027.

  • On of the most notable things on the schedule is a lack of Star Wars films in 2020 and 2021. This means that Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker will be the last Star Wars film we see until December 2022.
  • Interestingly enough, Star Wars and Avatar films will alternate years, with Avatar 2,3,4 and 5 set to release on odd-numbered years beginning in 2021 while currently untitled Star Wars films will release in even-numbered years starting in 2022.
  • As far as changes made to this year’s schedule, Artemis Fowl was pushed back from August all the way to May 2020.
  • Fox’s X-Men spinoff New Mutants was also pushed back from August to April 2020 while Gambit was removed from the schedule altogether.
  • While we’re on the Marvel front, after Spider-Man: Far From Home closes out phase 3 of the MCU, we won’t see the next installment until May 1, 2020.
  • There will only be two MCU films in 2020, but 2021 and 2022 will each see three films from the popular franchise.
  • Below is the complete Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Release Schedule:

2019 Films:

  • 5/10/19 Tolkien (Fox Searchlight)
  • 5/24/19 Aladdin 
  • 6/7/19  Dark Phoenix (Fox)
  • 6/21/19 Toy Story 4 
  • 7/12/19 Stuber (Fox)
  • 7/19/19 The Lion King 
  • 8/9/19 The Art of Racing in the Rain (Fox)
  • 8/23/19 Ready or Not (Fox Searchlight)
  • 9/20/19 Ad Astra (Fox)
  • 10/4/19 The Woman in the Window (Fox)
  • 10/18/19 Maleficent: Mistress of Evil 
  • 11/15/19 Ford v. Ferrari (Fox)
  • 11/22/19 Frozen II
  • 12/20/19 Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker 
  • 12/25/19 Spies in Disguise (Fox)

2020 Films: 

  • 1/10/20 Underwater (Fox)
  • 2/14/20 Untitled Kingsman Movie (Fox)
  • 2/21/20 Call of the Wild (Fox)
  • 3/6/20  Onward
  • 3/27/20  Mulan 
  • 4/3/20 The New Mutants (Fox)
  • 5/1/20 Untitled Marvel
  • 5/29/20 Artemis Fowl
  • 6/19/20 Untitled Pixar Animation
  • 7/3/20 Free Guy (Fox)
  • 7/17/20 Bob's Burgers (Fox)
  • 7/24/20 Jungle Cruise 
  • 8/14/20 The One and Only Ivan 
  • 10/9/20 Death on the Nile (Fox)
  • 11/6/20 Untitled Marvel
  • 11/6/20 Ron’s Gone Wrong (Fox)
  • 11/25/20 Untitled Disney Animation  
  • 12/18/20 West Side Story (Fox)
  • 12/23/20 Cruella 

2021 Films:

  • 2/12/21  Untitled Marvel
  • 3/5/21 Nimona (Fox)
  • 3/12/21  Untitled Disney Live Action
  • 5/7/21  Untitled Marvel
  • 5/28/21  Untitled Disney Live Action
  • 6/18/21  Untitled Pixar Animation
  • 7/9/21  Untitled Indiana Jones 
  • 7/30/21  Untitled Disney Live Action
  • 10/8/21  Untitled Disney Live Action
  • 11/5/21  Untitled Marvel
  • 11/24/21  Untitled Disney Animation
  • 12/17/21 Avatar 2 (Fox)

2022 Films:

  • 2/18/22  Untitled Marvel
  • 3/18/22  Untitled Pixar
  • 5/6/22  Untitled Marvel
  • 5/27/22  Untitled Disney Live Action
  • 6/17/22  Untitled Pixar
  • 7/8/22  Untitled Disney Live Action
  • 7/29/22  Untitled Marvel
  • 10/7/22  Untitled Disney Live Action
  • 11/4/22  Untitled Disney Live Action
  • 11/23/22  Untitled Disney Animation
  • 12/16/22  Untitled Star Wars

2023 Films:

  • 2/17/23  Untitled Disney Live Action
  • 12/22/23 Avatar 3 (Fox)

2024 Films:

  • 12/20/24  Untitled Star Wars  

2025 Films:

  • 12/19/25  Avatar 4 (Fox)

2026 Films: 

  • 12/18/26  Untitled Star Wars  

2027 Films:

  • 12/17/27 Avatar 5 (Fox)

What they’re saying:

  • Cathleen Taff, President, Theatrical Distribution, Franchise Management, and Business & Audience Insights, The Walt Disney Studios: “We’re excited to put in place a robust and diverse slate that lays the foundation of our long-term strategy, bringing together a breadth of films from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Lucasfilm, Fox, Fox Searchlight, and Blue Sky Studios to create an extraordinary collection of cinematic experiences for audiences around the world. With a strong summer already in place, we are eager to carry that momentum forward over the coming years thanks to a creative wellspring of bold and imaginative stories coming from our world-class studios – including several new chapters of two revered franchises, Avatar and Star Wars.”
 
 

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