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All Upcoming Disney Movies: New Disney Live-Action, Animation, Pixar, Marvel, 20th Century, And Searchlight

Production begins on Disenchanted, and Captain America 4 is on the way. Plus, new deets on Marvel's upcoming blockbusters, and fresh news on major release dates: It's your complete guide to the Mouse House's next few years.

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UPDATED: May 20, 2021

Cruella, Disney’s long-awaited prequel to the One Hundred and One Dalmatians story, hits both theaters and the Disney+ Premier Access tier on May 28. The early reviews were largely positive with comparisons ranging from The Joker to The Devil Wears Prada.

Meanwhile, Disney has confirmed that the bewitching original films tars Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy will all be back for Hocus Pocus 2, which will air in 2022 on Disney+. And Marvel Cinematic Universe film Black Widow will be in both theaters and on Disney+ Premier Access on July 9 and new animated film Luca will skip theaters all together and premiere June 18 on Disney+.

Whew. Sometimes it’s hard to remember exactly which of Mickey Mouse’s relatives in the Walt Disney Studios orbit are releasing films, and when – and increasingly, where.

This is especially true now that the company owns so many major IP machines (Marvel, Lucasfilm, Pixar) and 21st Century Fox and its subsidiaries (now known as 20th Century Studios and Searchlight Pictures). So yes, add Avatar to the growing list of hotly anticipated Disney franchise titles that also includes MCU titles like Black Panther 2 and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3. And with experimental release strategies, things can be even harder to follow.

Below, we’ve gathered details for some of the flashier Disney and Disney-associated films that are expected to hit in the next few years – it’s the most comprehensive new Disney movies list you’ll find. The Mouse House’s planned release schedule through at least 2023 has been given a major shakeup following the outbreak of the coronavirus and the subsequent upending of the movie industry, with Disney taking a number of films off the schedule, reworking its entire calendar, and leaning heavily into its streaming service, Disney+.

We’ll add to this list as more information becomes available, especially in regards to the speculation surrounding Marvel and Pixar movies still waiting release dates – and in some cases, titles – as well as other rumored and in-development films like the sixth Pirates of the Caribbean.

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Upcoming Premieres

Below, you’ll find the Disney-produced projects that have locked release dates – for now. Among them are big-hitters like Black Panther 2 and Encanto. Expect some of the dates later in the set to shift as announcements are made, and note that the situation with the coronavirus and theater openings remains fluid. We’ll keep this list updated so you’re always on top of what’s coming up. We’ve noted which of these are Twentieth Century Studios and Searchlight Pictures releases.


Release date: May 28, 2021
Director: Craig Gillespie
Starring: Emma Stone, Emma Thompson, Paul Walter Hauser, Joel Fry

Taking a page from the Maleficent playbook, this new film plans to look at Disney classic One Hundred and One Dalmatians from the view behind villain Cruella de Vil’s dark sunglasses. Emma Stone stars in the lead role – she has Glenn Close-sized shoes to fill – and the movie was described at the 2019 D23 Expo as “punk rock.” Set in 1970s London, I, Tonya’s Craig Gillespie directs, and Emma Thompson co-stars. The film will be released both in theaters and on Disney+’s Premier Access tier on May 28.


(Exclusive to Disney+)
Release Date: June 18, 2021
Director: Enrico Casarosa
Starring: Jacob Tremblay, Jack Dylan Grazer

This Pixar offering is a coming-of-age story about a sea monster posing as a young boy who enjoys scooter rides, gelato and other perks of the Italian countryside. A trailer, released in February 2021, suggests the usual mix of vibrant colors and big laughs and heart from Pixar.



Release Date: July 2, 2021
Director: Questlove

Ahmir Khalib Thompson (better known by his stage name, Questlove) directed this Sundance Film Festival award-winning documentary about the 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival. It includes footage that has been sitting in storage for 50 years. Searchlight Pictures and Hulu bought the rights to the film, which will air on the streaming platform.



Release Date: July 9, 2021
Director: Cate Shortland
Starring: Scarlett Johansson, David Harbour, Florence Pugh

First revealed in January of 2018 with Jac Schaeffer writing the script, the film became Marvel’s fastest-track project ever with Lore’s Cate Shortland signing on to direct. The film features David Harbour as Alexei – a.k.a. The Red Guardian – as well as Florence Pugh as Yelena, O-T Fagbenle as Mason, and Rachel Weisz as Melina. Black Widow is a prequel to the events of Avengers: Endgame, and Shortland revealed to Empire magazine that it will see Johansson’s Natasha Romanoff passing the Black Widow baton to Pugh’s Yelena. After many premiere date shifts due to the coronavirus pandemic, the film will premiere in July both in theaters and on Disney+’s Premier Access portal.


(Searchlight Pictures)
Release Date: July 16, 2021
Director: David Bruckner
Starring: Rebecca Hall, Sarah Goldberg, Stacy Martin

In this horror film, Hall stars as a widow hiding out in a lake house that her late husband built for her. As she grapples with his mysterious death, she begins to have nightmares and feels a disturbing presence in the house.



Release date: July 30, 2021
Director: Jaume Collet-Serra
Starring: Dwayne Johnson, Emily Blunt, Édgar Ramírez, Jack Whitehall, Jesse Plemons, Paul Giamatti

Following the path that Pirates of the Caribbean charted so successfully – and The Haunted Mansion charted less successfully – this new film (franchise?) is based on the Disney theme park attraction of the same name. Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt star, respectively, as a shady riverboat captain and a scientist on a hunt for a magical cure in this Depression-era action adventure. Comedian Jack Whitehall also joins in the fun, playing Blunt’s character’s brother. The movie was pushed back an entire year, from Summer 2020 to Summer 2021, in Disney’s pandemic-related schedule change.

The film will premiere both in theaters and on Disney+ through the channel’s Premier Access tier.


(20th Century Studios)
Release Date: August 13, 2021
Director: Shawn Levy
Starring: Ryan Reynolds, Taika Waititi, Lil Rel Howery, Joe Keery, Jodie Comer

Reynolds stars as a bank teller who finds out he’s actually a background character in a video game. Now he must try to stop the game’s inventor from shutting down the operation in this film directed by Night at the Museum‘s Levy. The film was scheduled to be released in December 2020, but was then removed from the schedule as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.



Director: Peter Jackson
Release date: August 27, 2021
Starring: John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Ringo Starr

Having showcased his documentary chops with They Shall Not Grow Old, Peter Jackson directs this doc about The Beatles. The film is set to feature footage shot in the studio with the Fab Four during 1969 and 1970.


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Release date: September 3, 2021
Director: Destin Daniel Cretton
Starring: Simu Liu, Awkwafina, Tony Chiu-Wai Leung

In March 2019, Short Term 12’s Destin Daniel Cretton emerged as the director of a film based on Marvel’s 1970s comic book The Hands of Shang-Chi: Master of Kung-Fu. In the comics, Shang-Chi was the son of legendary literary villain Fu Manchu. Learning the truth about his dad’s business, he used his martial arts prowess against his father and any other Marvel baddie ready to go against his mighty hands.


(Searchlight Pictures)
Release Date: September 24, 2021
Director: Michael Showalter
Starring: Jessica Chastain, Andrew Garfield

Based on the 2000 documentary, Chastain stars as the eye shadow-loving singer and televangelist and Garfield will play her husband, Jim. With a script by Abe Sylvia, other cast members include Cherry Jones, Vincent D’Onofrio and Gabriel Olds as televangelist and political commentator, Pat Robertson.


(20th Century Studios)
Release Date: October 15, 2021
Director: Ridley Scott
Starring: Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, Jodie Comer

Director Ridley Scott is back in historical mode with this film – written by, and starring, Matt Damon and Ben Affleck – that features King Charles VI, a knight named Jean de Carrouges, and yes, an epic duel. The film was supposed to have a limited premiere in December 2020 before a wide release in January 2021. However, it was pushed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic-related shutdown.


(20th Century Studios)
Release Date: October 22, 2021
Director: Alessandro Carloni, Jean-Philippe Vine
Starring: Thomas Barbusca

Set in the (possibly) not-so-distant future where talking and digitally-connected bots are now kids’ best friends, this animated feature focuses on an 11-year-old who worries that something has gone wrong with his robot comrade.



(Searchlight Pictures)

Release Date: October 29, 2021
Director: Scott Cooper
Starring: Keri Russell, Jesse Plemons, Jeremy T. Thomas, Graham Greene, Scott Haze, Rory Cochrane, Amy Madigan

Guillermo del Toro helps produce this horror movie about a small-town teacher (Russell) and her sheriff brother (Plemons) whose stories become intertwined when it’s learned that one of her students is harboring a dark secret. Antlers was scheduled to premiere in April 2020 but was moved during the coronavirus pandemic-related reshuffling.


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Release date: November 5, 2021
Director: Chloe Zhao
Starring: Angelina Jolie, Richard Madden, Gemma Chan, Salma Hayek, Brian Tyree Henry, Kumail Nanjiani, Kit Harington

In April of 2018, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige revealed that a film based on the Eternals comic book and concept was in development. Soon after, The Rider’s Chloe Zhao became its director. Based on characters and situations imagined by Jack Kirby, the Eternals are a race of fantastically powerful proto-humans engineered by the Celestials to harness vast amounts of “cosmic energy.” The movie reunites Game of Thrones actors Richard Madden and Kit Harington.


Encanto

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Encanto
Release Date: November 24, 2021
Directors: Byron Howard and Jared Bush, Charise Castro Smith
Cast: Stephanie Beatriz

In June 2020, the Disney-themed news outlet The Disinsider reported that Zootopia directors Byron Howard and Jared Bush would be making this Walt Disney Animation Studios film about a young Brazilian girl who is the only one in her family not to have magical powers. Lin-Manuel Miranda is writing the music and Bush and Howard co-wrote the script with Charise Castro Smith, who serves as co-director. It has been reported that Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s tephanie Beatriz will star.


(20th Century Studios)
Release Date: December 3, 2021
Director: Guillermo del Toro
Starring: Bradley Cooper, Cate Blanchett, Willem Dafoe and Toni Collette

Based on the William Lindsay Gresham novel, Cooper’s Stanton “Stan” Carlisle has a talent for manipulating people. Has he met his match in Blanchett’s psychiatrist, Dr. Lilith Ritter? A 1947 film adaptation of this novel starred Tyrone Power and was directed by Edmund Goulding.


(20th Century Studios)

Release Date: December 10, 2021
Director: Steven Spielberg
Starring: Ansel Elgort, Rachel Zegler, Rita Moreno

Director Spielberg and screenwriter Tony Kushner bring a new generation to this tale of star-crossed lovers struggling to stay together amid gang warfare. One can only imagine that the film will concentrate particularly hard on the themes of outsiders and immigration – especially given the casting of Rita Moreno, who crossed off the “O” in her EGOT when she won the Academy Award for playing the headstrong Anita in the first film.


Spider-Man

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Spider-Man: No Way Home
Release date: December 17, 2021
Director: Jon Watts
Starring: Tom Holland

After much back-and-forth and fears that the kid wouldn’t make it, Disney and Sony reached an impasse and Spidey fans will get a new film. Jon Watts, who directed the first two films in this reboot of the franchise, returns as director and Far From Home writers Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers are back for this project. The COVID-19 pandemic, however, pushed the film’s release from July 2021 to November of that year — and then again to that December.


(20th Century Studios)
Release Date: December 22, 2021
Director: Matthew Vaughn
Starring: Ralph Fiennes, Matthew Goode, Harris Dickinson

A treat for Anglophiles and others who love witty banter and bloody action, the third film in the Kingsman franchise is a prequel to the first two films. The movie welcomes a new cast – including Ralph Fiennes and Gemma Arterton – and sees one man facing off against some of history’s worst villains as they plot a potentially world-ending war.


(20th Century Studios)
Release Date: January 14, 2022
Director: Adrian Lyne
Starring: Ana de Armas, Ben Affleck, Rachel Blanchard

This adaptation of Patricia Highsmith’s novel centers on a husband who allows his wife to have affairs to stave off a divorce, only to become a suspect when her lovers begin to disappear. Director Adrian Lyne has form here: He directed both Unfaithful and Fatal Attraction. But this will be his first film in 18 years.


(20th Century Studios)
Release Date: September 17, 2021
Director: Kenneth Branagh
Starring: Gal Gadot, Letitia Wright, Armie Hammer, Kenneth Branagh, Tom Bateman

Branagh, who directed and starred in the 2017 adaptation of Murder on the Orient Express, returns to the universe of Agatha Christie mysteries. This one finds his Belgian detective Hercule Poirot forced to cut his beach-side vacation short when a young heiress turns up murdered. The film was scheduled to be released in December 2020, but was rescheduled as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.


Turning Red
Release date: March 11, 2022
Director: Domee Shi
Starring: TBD

Domee Shi, who won an Academy Award for her Pixar short Bao, is directing this film. It’s about a teenage girl named Mei who is experiencing all the awkwardness of that age — except she turns into a giant red panda every time she gets too excited.


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Release date: March 25, 2022
Director: Sam Raimi
Starring: Benedict Cumberbatch, Elizabeth Olsen, Benedict Wong

Benedict Cumberbatch returns as the Sorcerer Supreme with Elizabeth Olsen joining him as the Scarlet Witch in what is being touted as the first scary MCU movie. Director Scott Derrickson left the project, and Sam Raimi – who helmed the Tobey Maguire Spider-Man films – confirmed in April 2020 that he was now overseeing it. However, the COVID-19 pandemic pushed the film’s release date from November 2021 to March 2022.


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Release date: May 6, 2022
Director: Taika Waititi
Starring: Chris Hemsworth, Tessa Thompson, Natalie Portman

Shortly before Comic-Con 2019, Thor: Ragnarok director Taika Waititi signed on to return for a fourth installment in the God of Thunder franchise. In a surprise move, Marvel revealed that Natalie Portman is returning to the series as the new Mighty Thor, a twist pulled from a Thor comic book series by Jason Aaron, Russell Dauterman, and others. Meanwhile, Tessa Thompson will return as Valkyrie, the king of New Asgard who must find a Queen. It was confirmed during The Walt Disney Company’s December 2020 investors day that Christian Bale would play villain, Gorr the God Butcher.


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Lightyear
Release date: June 17, 2022
Director: TBD
Starring: Chris Evans

In a bit of brilliant meta filmmaking, Pixar offers this movie – an origin story not about the toy Tim Allen voices in the Toy Story movies, but about the movie character that inspired that doll. Chris Evans voices the hero who infamously (also) goes “to infinity and beyond.”


Letitia Wright in Black Panther

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Black Panther: Wakanda Forever
Release Date: July 8, 2022
Director: Ryan Coogler
Starring: Chadwick Boseman, Letitia Wright, Lupita Nyong’o, Winston Duke, Angela Bassett

Much is at stake for the second chapter of Black Panther – including how it will pay tribute to star Chadwick Boseman, who died of complications related to colon cancer in August 2020. It was announced during The Walt Disney Company’s December 2020 investors day that lead character T’Challa will not be recast and, instead, the film “will explore the world of Wakanda & the rich characters introduced in the first film.”


Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom

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Untitled Indiana Jones Film 
Release date: July 29, 2022
Director: James Mangold
Starring: Harrison Ford, Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Mads Mikkelsen

Ready your leather jackets and fedoras. After much waiting, the fifth installment of the Indiana Jones franchise will finally arrive in theaters in summer 2022. While plot details about the rugged archaeologist’s latest adventures have truly yet to be unearthed, star Harrison Ford is set to return, while Steven Spielberg has handed the directing reins over to Ford v Ferrari and Logan helmer James Mangold.


Captain Marvel 2
Release Date: November 11, 2022
Director:  Nia DaCosta
Starring: Brie Larson

Star Brie Larson will return for the second film, which we will finally see in the summer of 2022. In January 2020, it was announced that WandaVision’s Megan McDonnell would write the script. it was announced at The Walt Disney Company’s December 2020 investor day that Nia DaCosta would direct and that Iman Vellani, who plays Ms. Marvel in that titular Disney+ TV show, will appear in this film.


(20th Century Studios)
Release Date: December 16, 2022
Director: James Cameron
Starring: Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Stephen Lang, Sigourney Weaver

The long-awaited sequel to director Cameron’s box-office hit and Best Picture nominee checks in with Worthington’s former human, Jake Sully, and his partner, Neytiri (Saldana), a member of Na’vi royalty. Weaver, whose character died in the first film, is back in a new role. Lang, whose character also died in the first film, is also back (somehow). New cast members include Kate Winslet, Michelle Yeoh and David Thewlis. Production was delayed on this film, as well as Avatar 34, and , due to coronavirus concerns.


Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania
Release Date: February 17, 2023
Director: Peyton Reed
Cast: Paul Rudd

The third chapter in the Rudd-starring superhero standalone “is going to be a much bigger, more sprawling movie than the first two,” director Reed said when visiting SiriusXM’s The Jess Cagle Show in August 2020. Reed also teased then that “it’s going to have a very different visual template.” It was confirmed during parent The Walt Disney Company’s December 2020 investor meeting that Kathryn Newton was joining the cast as Cassie Lang and Jonathan Majors would play Kang the Conqueror. In addition to Rudd, previous cast members Evangeline Lilly, Michael Douglas, and Michelle Pfeiffer will also return.


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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3
Release Date: May 5, 2023
Director: James Gunn
Starring: Chris Pratt

Everything about a third installment of the Guardians section of the MCU seemed good to go and the film was heading for a 2020 release date. Then writer-director James Gunn was fired when some of his old and not-so-politically-correct Tweets surfaced and his leads wrote an open letter in support of him – causing some to wonder if Disney should just do an epic recast. After Warner Bros. jumped at the opportunity to hire Gunn to write and direct the next Suicide Squad movie, Disney re-hired him to write and direct Guardians 3.


Star Wars: Rogue Squadron
Release Date: December 23, 2023
Director: Patty Jenkins
Starring:

The first-ever Star Wars film to be directed by a woman follows a group of fighter pilots who band together to defend good from evil.


Avatar 3 (20th Century Studios)
Release date: December 20, 2024
Director: James Cameron
Starring: Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana


Avatar 4 (20th Century Studios)
Release date: December 18, 2026
Director: James Cameron
Starring: Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana


Avatar 5 (20th Century Studios)
Release date: December 22, 2028
Director: James Cameron
Starring: Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana


Awaiting Premiere Dates

Below are projects that have been announced, are in some state of development – we define “stalled” as a state of development – and whose dates we’re still awaiting for. A number are projects that are set to premiere on Disney’s new streaming service, Disney+, and a number were taken off the schedule following the coronavirus outbreak and have not been re-dated.

For more info on upcoming Marvel films without release dates, check our our full list of upcoming Marvel movies.


(20th Century Studios)
Director: Patrick Osborne
Starring: TBD

This animated film is based on the graphic novels by Noelle Stevenson – a.k.a. the creator of Netflix’s She-Ra and the Princesses of Power – and tells the story of a young shape shifter who happens to be the sidekick of a super-villain.


(20th Century Studios)
Director: Lauren Bouchard
Starring: H. Jon Benjamin, John Roberts, Dan Mintz, Eugene Mirman, Kristen Schaal

Oh to imagine all the burger-related puns that could fit into a full-length movie. Hoping to rekindle the box-office magic that The Simpsons Movie did in 2007 (it grossed $183,100,000), the movie adaptation of this popular Fox sitcom is now officially a go after a lot of red tape in the Disney-Fox acquisition. The film was slated to be released in April 2021, but coronavirus-related concerns have temporarily bumped it off the schedule.


(20th Century Studios)
Director: Jonathan Butterell
Starring: Max Harwood, Richard E. Grant, Lauren Patel, Sharon Horgan

First-time director Jonathan Butterell adapts musical Everybody’s Talking About Jamie. It’s about a teen from Sheffield, England, who aspires to be a drag queen. The movie was scheduled for a February 2021 release, but has since been taken off the schedule.


Fantastic Four
Director: Jon Watts
Starring: TBD

It was announced during The Walt Disney Company’s December 2020 investor day that Jon Watts was on board to helm a long-rumored new version of the Fantastic Four series. It’s been reported that the film will premiere in 2023.




(Searchlight Pictures)

Director: Wes Anderson
Starring: Elisabeth Moss, Timothée Chalamet, Tilda Swinton, Frances McDormand

Initially reported to be a musical, Wes Anderson’s next film will be a drama that brings to life a handful of stories from a magazine created by an American living in a fictional city in France. The film’s press release calls it a “love letter to journalists” and it brings together several regular collaborators in a massive, star-studded cast. The release date was shifted in Disney’s coronavirus reshuffle and the film is now awaiting another premiere date.


Children of Blood & Bone
Director: Rick Famuyiwa
Starring: TBD

In 2019, Deadline reported that This is Us’s Kay Oyegun is adapting the film based on Tomi Adeyemi’s young adult fantasy novel about a young girl who attempts to restore magic to her kingdom. It was also reported that year that Rick Famuyiwa would direct.


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The Little Mermaid
Director: Rob Marshall
Starring: Halle Bailey, Awkwafina, Daveed Diggs

This remake of the Disney classic is one of the most anticipated releases the studio has coming – at least, if the feverishness of the rumor mill is anything to go by. We know that R&B star Halle Bailey will play Ariel, Daveed Diggs will play Sebastian, Awkwafina will play Scuttle, and Jonah Hauer-King will play Prince Eric.

The film will include music from the animated smash as well as new songs from Alan Menken and Lin-Manuel Miranda.


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New Pirates of the Caribbean Movie
Director: TBD
Starring: TBD

The ship that doesn’t ever seem to sink will keep sailing with Disney’s newest attempt to revive the franchise. Initially, Deadpool writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick were hired for the project, but in October 2019 it was announced that franchise vet Ted Elliott and Chernobyl writer Craig Mazin were taking over writing duties. No word on cast and director or on whether Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) will be a part of the new story.


New Pirates of the Caribbean Movie

Director: TBD
Starring: Margot Robbie

The above Pirates film should not be confused with the one set to star Margot Robbie. This film, which The Hollywood Reporter says will be penned by Birds of Prey screenwriter Christina Hodson, will reportedly be female-fronted and be its own story that will introduce new characters beyond those already part of Jack Sparrow’s orbit.


29 Dates
Director: Richard Wong
Starring: TBD

This young adult rom-com, which is based on the Melissa de la Cruz novel, will appear on Disney+. While no cast or writer has been announced, we know that this story centers on a 16-year-old Korean exchange student who meets a host of eligible bachelors from around the globe. It has been compared to author Jenny Han’s To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before series.


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Hunchback
Director: 
TBD
Starring: TBD

M. Butterfly playwright David Henry Hwang is writing the script for this live-action telling of author Victor Hugo’s The Hunchback of Notre-Dame. Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz, who wrote the music and lyrics for the 1996 animated film (among many, many other Disney projects) are also on board. So is actor Josh Gad — but so far just as a producer, even though he did Tweet a fun image of himself outside of the famous French cathedral.


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Jungle Book 2
Director: Jon Favreau
Starring: TBD

Jungle Book writer Justin Marks told Rotten Tomatoes that he and Favreau co-wrote the sequel to their blockbuster film in December 2017, but they had to wait until the director finished work on the revival of The Lion King before they started production. And while Neel Sethi, who starred as Mowgli in the 2016 film, has said that he’s down to return, Marks stressed that the character has aged along with the young actor. “Jon and I saw The Jungle Book story as a coming-of-age story and the second movie continues in that direction,” Marks says. “Really, if it’s done right, it should break some hearts with where it goes.” He added that the sequel will pull in more animal characters from author Rudyard Kipling’s book because (duh) “there’s such a wealth of characters in that world.”


Lilo & Stitch © Walt Disney Pictures

Lilo & Stitch
Director: Jon M. Chu
Starring: TBD

Another fan-favorite Disney film to ride the waves of the live-action/CG trend, this upcoming adaptation of the Hawaiian-set film about friendship and family is being produced by Dan Lin and Jonathan Eirich of the live-action Aladdin. No cast or has been announced, but rising star Mike Van Waes is reportedly writing the script and Variety reported in 2020 that Crazy Rich Asians’ Jon M. Chu was in talks to direct.


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Canterbury Glass (20th Century Studios)
Director: David O. Russell
Starring: Christian Bale, Margot Robbie, John David Washington, Rami Malek and Zoe Saldana

Deadline reported in 2021 that the extensive cast also includes Robert De Niro, Mike Myers, Timothy Olyphant, Michael Shannon, Chris Rock, Anya Taylor-Joy, Andrea Riseborough, Matthias Schoenaerts and Alessandro Nivola and that the plot was “based on an original idea from the five-time Oscar-nominated filmmaker.” Gold Derby short-listed it for a 2022 Oscar nomination and reported that the plot involved “a doctor and a lawyer [who] form an unlikely partnership.”


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Captain America 4
Director: TBD
Starring: TBD

The Hollywood Reporter broke the news in 2021 that The Falcon and the Winter Soldier series showrunner Malcolm Spellman was working with Dalan Musson to develop a script for a fourth Captain America movie. While no director or casting has been announced, it’s to be assumed that Falcon co-star Anthony Mackie will appear in the film.


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Sadé
Director: TBD
Starring: TBD

One of the handful of original properties in the works for Disney, this live-action fairytale centers on an African princess who must accept her newly discovered magical powers and protect her kingdom when its threatened by a mysterious evil force. Ola Shokunbi and Lindsey Reed Palmer are writing the script and Dope director Rick Famuyiwa is one of the producers, but a director and cast have not been named. The film was announced a few months after Disney saw both massive success for its Marvel film, Black Panther, and allegations of whitewashing its The Princess and the Frog heroine, Princess Tiana, in a promo for its animated film, Ralph Breaks the Internet. (The character was redrawn for the film’s release).


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Sister Act 3
Director: TBD
Starring: Whoopi Goldberg

Another classic IP that’s getting a modern rendition, the third chapter in the Sister Act franchise is written by Regina Hicks (HBO’s Insecure) and Karin Gist (Fox’s Star) and will air on streaming service Disney+. Plot and cast details are scarce, but it was confirmed during The Walt Disney Company’s December 2020 investors day that original star Whoopi Goldberg would return to star and produce and that Tyler Perry was also producing.


Starlight (20th Century Studios)
Director: Joe Cornish
Starring: TBD

Deadline reported in 2021 that Attack the Block’s Joe Cornish would be writing and adapting a film based on the Mark Millar comic. The article explains that the plot centers on a “space hero who saved the universe 35 years ago but when he came back to Earth, no one believed his fantastic stories. He married, had kids and settled into old age. But then his old rocket ship shows up and he is called back for one fantastic adventure.”


Vacation Friends (20th Century Studios)
Director: Clay Tarver
Starring: John Cena, Lil Rel Howery, Yvonne Orji and Meredith Hagner

The comedy, which is written by Tom Mullen and Tim Mullen, has been in the works so long that Chris Pratt and Anna Farris were once attached to star together in it. It began production in spring 2020 and was shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic. The film will be distributed via Hulu.


Haunted Mansion
Director: Justin Simien
Starring: TBD

Deadline reported in 2021 that Dear White People’s Justin Simien would be directing a film based on the iconic Disneyland and Walt Disney World ride. According to the article, this film will be a “completely different take” on the project than the 2003 flop.


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The Sword in the Stone
Director: Juan Carlos Fresnadillo
Starring: 
TBD

Another live-action version of an animated Disney favorite, this film is also awaiting a release date on the Disney+ streaming platform. Last we heard, 28 Weeks Later… director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo was directing the film based on Game of Thrones writer Bryan Cogman’s script.


Blade© Walt Disney Pictures

Blade
Director: TBD
Starring: Mahershala Ali

At his 2019 Comic-Con presentation, Marvel Studios chief Kevin Feige announced that they would be rebooting the Blade franchise and that Oscar winner Mahershala Ali would star as the new version of the half-vampire superhero (Wesley Snipes played the character in the original three movies). Other details, such as a director or other cast members, have yet to be released, though it has been announced that Watchmen story editor and writer Stacy Osei-Kuffour has been hired to write the script.


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National Treasure 3
Director: TBD
Starring: TBD

In January 2020, it was announced that Disney and mega producer Jerry Bruckheimer were developing a third installment of the National Treasure movies and had hired Bad Boys for Life screenwriter Chris Bremner to pen the script. The first two films, which starred Nicolas Cage, premiered in 2004 and 2007.


Pinocchio

(Photo by © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)

Pinocchio Live-Action Movie
Director: Robert Zemeckis
Starring: Tom Hanks

Continuing Disney’s trend of making live-action versions of fan-favorite films from its vault, it was announced in January 2020 that Robert Zemeckis had signed on to co-write and direct a version of Pinocchio in this format. It was announced during the December 2020 The Walt Disney Company investors day that Tom Hanks would star as woodworker Geppetto. In March 2021, it was announced that Benjamin Evan Ainsworth would play the title character, Cynthia Erivo would play the Blue Fairy, Keegan-Michael Key would play Honest John, and that Joseph Gordon-Levitt would play Jiminy Cricket. The film will air on Disney+.


Honey I Shrunk the Kids© Walt Disney Pictures

Shrunk
Director: Joe Johnston
Starring: Josh Gad, Rick Moranis

Looks like we’re getting the gang back together again. In 2020, it was announced that Honey, I Shrunk the Kids star Rick Moranis will appear in the new chapter in the family favorite film series — one that Joe Johnston, who had directed the original 1989 movie, was already on board to direct. Disney regular Josh Gad stars in this film as the grown-up version of Moranis’ son.


Chip n Dale© Walt Disney Pictures

Chip ‘n’ Dale: Rescue Rangers
Director: Akiva Schaffer
Starring: John Mulaney and Andy Samberg

In 2019, we learned that Lonely Island member Akiva Schaffer had been tapped to direct a version of this children’s cartoon series — and one that is described as “a distinctly meta or self-referential take” at that. Dan Gregor and Doug Mand wrote the script. It was announced at the December 2020 Walt Disney Company investors day that John Mulaney and Andy Samberg would star in the hybrid live-action/animated feature (and that Seth Rogen would cameo).


Peter Pan and Wendy

(Photo by © Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)

Peter Pan & Wendy
Director: David Lowery
Starring: Alexander Molony, Ever Anderson, Jude Law

Something to crow about? In March 2020, Variety reported that newcomer Ever Anderson would play Wendy and The Reluctant Landlord’s Alexander Molony will play Peter in this live-action version of the 1953 Disney animated classic. It was confirmed at the December 2020 The Walt Disney Company investors day that Jude Law would play Captain Hook and Yara Shahidi will play Tinker Bell. Pete’s Dragon’s David Lowery will direct.

The film will air on Disney+.


Robin Hood Live-Action Movie
Director: Carlos López Estrada
Starring: TBD

Another classic animated Disney film to get the live-action/CGI treatment is 1973’s animated musical Robin Hood. In April 2020, Disney announced that Lopez Estrada would be directing a new adaptation of this movie with Lady and the Tramp’s Kari Granlund writing the script. The film will air on Disney+.


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Hercules
Director: TBD
Starring: TBD

In April 2020, The Hollywood Reporter broke the news that Avengers: Endgame’s Joe and Anthony Russo would be producing a live-action remake of the 1997 Disney animated hit, Hercules. While there is no directing or casting news yet, it was reported then that Dave Callaham – who also wrote Marvel’s Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings – would write the script.


Aladdin live action disney© Walt Disney Pictures

Aladdin Sequel and Spin-Off
Director: TBD
Starring: TBD

The 2019 live-action version of Aladdin found some box office treasure even if it wasn’t exactly a critical hit (it has a 57% Tomatometer score). So, naturally, there are reports of two other Disney properties set in this world.

In December 2019, The Hollywood Reporter noted that plans were in the works for a spin-off film centered on Billy Magnussen’s scene-stealing Prince Anders that would air on Disney+. This angered some fans, who took issue with Disney — which has long struggled with inclusion and diversity in its films — giving a whole movie to a minor white character from one of its few IPs set around a person of color. A few months later, Variety reported that Disney was also planning a live-action sequel to Aladdin. The hope was to bring back Will Smith, who played the wish-granting genie in the 2019 film, as well as some other stars.


All Night Long
Director: TBD
Cast: TBD

Variety reported in June 2020 that Disney was developing a jukebox musical film based on the music of Lionel Richie a la the successful Mamma Mia! stage and screen productions that rely on ABBA music. No director and cast have been named, but the story reports that Crazy Rich Asians screenwriter Pete Chiarelli is penning the script.


Knights
Director: TBD
Cast: TBD

News broke in 2019 that Disney was working with Operation Finale writer Matt Orton on Knights, a live-action film set in the Middle Ages and about a young girl. Back then, it was reported that the film would have a theatrical release.


Cyrano The Moor
Director: TBD
Cast: David Oyelowo

As evident by this project’s name, Deadline reported in 2017 that this project is “some kind of musical mash up of two classic stories — Cyrano de Bergerac and Othello — and will be set in the Bristol region of England during the 19th century” with Oyelowo set to star and Moonlight screenwriter Tarell Alvin McCraney penning the script. While there hasn’t been a ton of press about the film since then, Oyelowo did tell Screen Daiy in 2019 that “we are in the trenches with it right now.” That interview also states that Shrek The Musical’s Jeanine Tesori is doing the music.


Marley
Director: Bill Condon
Cast: TBD

Bill Condon, who directed the live-action Beauty and the Beast, is reportedly re-teaming with Disney on another live-action musical adaptation of a classic story. This film will be a take on A Christmas Carol that is told through the eyes of Jacob Marley, Ebenezer Scrooge’s deceased business partner who haunts him that fateful night. But a word of caution: The Hollywood Reporter broke this news in 2019 and wrote then that the project had not been greenlit.


Bette Midler in Hocus Pocus

(Photo by Buena Vista courtesy Everett Collection)

Hocus Pocus 2
Director: Anne Fletcher
Cast: Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy

In March 2020, Variety reported that Hairspray director Adam Shankman was attached to direct this sequel while others reported in April 2021 that Anne Fletcher has taken over directing duties. Disney confirmed in May 2021 that the original film’s stars, Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy, would be returning for this movie and that the plot will follow “three young women [who] accidentally bring the Sanderson Sisters back to modern day Salem and must figure out how to stop the child-hungry witches from wreaking a new kind of havoc on the world.” It will air in 2022 on Disney+.


Three Men and a Baby Remake
Director: Mo Marable
Cast: Zac Efron

Disney confirmed during the December 2020 Walt Disney Company investors day that High School Musical alum Zac Efron would be one of the stars of this remake of the 1980s classic and that it is scheduled to be released in 2022 on Disney+. Deadline reported in 2021 that Mo Marable would direct.


Cheaper By the Dozen Remake
Director: Gail Lerner
Cast: Gabrielle Union, Zach Braff

Disney confirmed during the December 2020 Walt Disney Company investors day that Black-ish creator Kenya Barris was penning the script for this film and that Gabrielle Union would star. It’s reported that Zach Braff will play opposite her and Gail Lerner is directing. It is described as a story about “a blended family of 12, navigating a hectic home life and their family business.”


Diary of a Wimpy Kid Animated Remake
Director: TBD
Cast: TBD

Disney also confirmed during the December 2020 Walt Disney Company investors day that it was working on an animated version of the Diary of a Wimpy Kid books. The film will air on Disney+.


The Lion King Prequel
Director: Barry Jenkins
Cast: TBD

Disney also announced during the December 2020 Walt Disney Company investors day that it was working with Moonlight’s Barry Jenkins to develop a prequel story to The Lion King. Hans Zimmer, Pharrell Williams and Nicholas Britell arehandling music.


Ice Age: Adventures of Buck Wild
Director: TBD
Cast: Simon Pegg

Simon Pegg returns as the swashbuckling weasel in this 20th Century Studios film franchise. It will air in early 2022 on Disney+.


Night at the Museum: Kahmunrah Rises Again
Director: TBD
Cast: TBD

History is getting animated – or at least the next installment of the Night at the Museum film franchise will be. Shawn Levy, who directed the first three films, is producing this version. It will air in 2021 on Disney+.


Disenchanted
Director: Adam Shankman
Cast: Amy Adams

The Variety article that announces Shankman’s ties to Hocus Pocus 2 also states that Shankman was in pre-production on Disenchanted – a sequel to 2007’s Enchanted – when that news broke. It was confirmed during the December 2020 The Walt Disney Company investors day that Amy Adams would be reprising her starring role from the first film.

Production on the sequel started in May 2021 with a planned release date of 2022 on Disney+. James Marsden, Patrick Dempsey and Idina Menzel will also be reprising their roles while Maya Rudolph and newcomer Gabriella Baldacchino join the cast.


Home Alone
Director: Dan Mazer
Cast: Archie Yates, Rob Delaney, Ellie Kemper

Don’t worry, Kevin McCallister die-hards. The Hollywood Reporter had news in December 2019 that this upcoming Disney+ film, which is written by Saturday Night Live’s Mikey Day and Streeter Seidell and directed by Bad Grandpa’s Mazer, “is being labeled Home Alone due to the similarities in concept, but in execution the project will have another title.” Therefore, it may not have much to do with the 1990 Macaulay Culkin classic.


Spin
Director: Manjari Makijany
Cast: Avantika Vandanapu

Deadline reported in August 2020 that Diary of a Future President’s Vandanapu will star in this original Disney Channel movie with Desert Dolphin’s Makijany set to direct. The story, which is written by Carley Steiner and Josh Cagan, follows a 15-year-old who re-discovers her passion for music after her mother’s passing.


Crater
Director: Kyle Patrick Alvarez
Starring: TBD

Deadline reported in 2021 that Alvarez, who is known for directing the second season of Amazon Prime Video’s Homecoming, was directing this coming-of-age story set on the moon. According to the article, it follows “a boy growing up on a lunar mining colony [who] takes a trip to explore a mysterious crater, along with his four best friends, prior to being permanently relocated to another planet.” The film will air on Disney+.


Hollywood Stargirl
Director: Julia Hart
Starring: Grace VanderWaal

The Hollywood Reporter broke the news in 2021 that Disney+ was getting the band back together for a follow-up to its 2020 musical, Stargirl. Although the original film was based on the Jerry Spinelli book about a small-town boy whose normal life is turned upside down when he meets an unusual girl named Stargirl, THR reports that the sequel is an original script and follows the titular character’s journey “into a bigger world of music, dreams and possibility.” New cast members include Uma Thurman.


Once On This Island
Director: Wanuri Kahiu
Starring: TBD

After its successful launch of Hamilton, Disney+ is reportedly looking for more musical adaptations of stage productions. In 2020, The Hollywood Reporter broke the news that playwright Jocelyn Bioh is writing and Wanuri Kahiu would be directing this 1990 musical about “that feature gods betting on love and death and an island girl trying to rise above her station.” The article also notes that, while Hamilton was a filmed production of a staged play, this musical would be told in a more traditional sense.


Sneakerella
Director: Elizabeth Allen Rosenbaum
Starring: Chosen Jacobs, Lexi Underwood

A modern twist on the Cinderella story, this Disney+ film follows a budding sneaker designer who falls in love with the daughter of a basketball star. His best friend and a Fairy Godmother help me realize his dreams.


Tron
Director: Garth Davis
Starring: Jared Leto

DeadLine reported in 2020 that Davis — who was previously known for smaller films like 2018’s Mary Magdalene 2016’s Lion — would be helming the latest in this sci-fi film series. Jared Leto would star.


Fear Street Trilogy
Director: Leigh Janiak
Starring: Kiana Madeira, Olivia Welch, Emily Rudd, Benjamin Flores Jr, Gillian Jacobs, Darrell Britt-Gibson, Ashley Zukerman, Fred Hechinger, Julia Rehwald and Jeremy Ford.

There will be a trilogy of kids’ horror movies based on young adult novelist R.L. Stine’s Fear Street series. However, in a twist, they will be on Netflix instead of Disney+ even though Disney owns the rights to the titles. Deadline reported in 2020 that the streaming giant plans to release the titles in summer 2021 as an event series known as The Summer of Fear.


Inspector Gadget
Director: TBD
Starring: TBD

Go-go Gadget reboot! The Hollywood Reporter wrote in 2019 that Disney was planning a live-action film based on the popular animated series about a bionic, if clumsy and not really all that good at his job, inspector and his brilliant niece Penny. Saturday Night Live’s Mikey Day and Streeter Seidell were writing. The duo are also writing the Disney+ update to Home Alone.


Bambi
Director: TBD
Starring: TBD

Grab the tissues. Variety reported in 2020 that Disney was planning a remake to its tear-jerking animated classic, Bambi. The same kind of CGI technology that Disney used for remakes of The Lion King and The Jungle Book would be used for this movie about an orphaned deer and his forest friends.


Predator
Director: Dan Trachtenberg
Starring: TBD

In 2020, it was announced that 10 Cloverfield Lane’s Dan Trachtenberg would be directing the fifth installment in the Predator film series for 20th Century Studios. Jack Ryan’s Patrick Aison was penning the script, the details of which are under wraps.


Revenge of the Nerds
Director: TBD
Starring: Keith Lucas, Kenny Lucas

Bring back the pocket protectors! Seth Macfarlane is producing a new version of the ’80s classic about a college rivalry between jocks and nerds for 20th Century Studios. Comedians/twin brothers Keith and Kenny Lucas are starring in this film, which they are also co-writing with The Twilight Zone’s Alex Rubens. However, as Variety noted when it broke the story, the original version hasn’t aged well and this will a “contemporary reimagining will pontificate about today’s nerd culture and what even constitutes a geek in the 21st century.”


Clue
Director: James Bobin
Starring: Ryan Reynolds

Much like the original 1985 Tim Curry movie, this project could have a lot of endings. Variety reported in 2020 that The Muppets’ James Bobin was in talks to direct a remake of this classic comedy about murder suspects trapped in a house for 20th Century Studios. Ryan Reynolds was set to star with Deadpool’s Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick writing the script. However, it was also reported in 2021, that sister TV network Fox was working on an animated series based on the board game that inspired the first movie. Could two Clues be better than one?


Next Goal Wins
Director: Taika Waititi
Starring: Michael Fassbender, Elisabeth Moss

Based on the 2014 documentary, this Searchlight Pictures sports comedy follows a Dutch-American football coach who is tasked with reviving the American Samoa national football team. Let the comparisons to Apple TV+’s Ted Lasso begin.


The Banshees Of Inisheer
Director: Martin McDonagh
Starring: Colin Farrell, Brendan Gleeson

Deadline reported in 2020 that McDonagh was re-teaming with his In Bruges stars Farrell and Gleeson for a film adaptation of his play for Searchlight Pictures. Set in a remote Irish isle, it follows two life-long friends who find their relationship at an crossroads.


Flamin’ Hot
Director: Eva Longoria
Starring: TBD

Spicy! Eva Longoria is directing the Fox Searchlight biopic about Richard Montanez, the businessman who is said to have risen from humble beginnings to build an empire out of the popular snack food Flamin’ Hot Cheetos.


Going Electric
Director: James Mangold
Starring: Timothée Chalamet

The ballad of … Timothée Chalamet? The actor will star as a young Bob Dylan in this biopic directed by James Mangold for Searchlight Pictures. According to Deadline, which broke the news in 2020 that Mangold would be directing Chalamet, the film would cover “the period when [Dylan] was poised to become folk music’s most seminal figure. [But] when Dylan instead embraced rock ‘n’ roll and traded his acoustic guitar for an amp and an electric guitar, it created a huge outcry.”


The Menu
Director: Mark Mylod
Starring: TBD

Succession director Mark Mylod is digging into this Adam McKay-produced Searchlight film. According to Variety, which broke the news, “the film is a darkly comedic psychological thriller set in the world of eccentric culinary culture, centering on a young couple who visit an exclusive restaurant on a remote island where an acclaimed chef has prepared a lavish tasting menu.”


Perfect
Director: Olivia Wilde
Starring: Thomasin McKenzie

Booksmart director Olivia Wilde is making this Searchlight biopic about Olympic gymnast Kerri Strug. Ronnie Sandahl wrote the script. Deadline reported in 2021 that Thomasin McKenzie would star.


Persuasion
Director: Mahalia Belo
Starring: Sarah Snook

Succession star Sarah Snook is leading the cast of director Mahalia Belo’s adaptation of the Jane Austen novel for Searchlight. The story, according to The Hollywood Reporter, is about “Anne Elliot who, many years after refusing the proposal of young naval officer Frederick Wentworth, finds herself navigating the waters of English society when Wentworth returns from war a wealthy and decorated captain.”


Consume
Director: David Gelb
Starring: TBD

Jiro Dreams of Sushi director Gelb has a taste for another film. This thriller, which counts Stranger Things’ Shawn Levy and Dan Cohen as producers with Fox Searchlight, is reportedly about “a group of thought leaders who are invited to an enigmatic billionaire’s Icelandic retreat for what they think is the trip of a lifetime. Little do they know that they are not guests, but the unwitting test subjects of a nefarious experiment.”


Johnson Family Celebration
Director: TBD
Starring: TBD

In was announced in 2019 that Fox Searchlight was planning a sequel to Cedric the Entertainer’s 2004 comedy, Johnson Family Vacation. Plot details and further casting have not been announced.


Scotty and the Secret History of Hollywood
Director: Luca Guadagnino
Starring: TBD

Deadline reported in 2020 that Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg were writing a Fox Searchlight script based on Matt Tyrnauer’s LGBTGQ+ documentary about and Scotty Bowers’ history with some of Hollywood’s biggest stars. Casting has not been announced.


Solitary
Director: TBD
Starring: Mahershala Ali

Deadline reported in 2019 that Fox Searchlight had acquired the rights to Albert Woodfox’s memoir about the 43 years he spent in solitary confinement. The article also says that Oscar winner Ali would be an executive producer of the film with an intention to star.


More Untitled Marvel, Live-Action Disney, Animated, and Pixar Films Also On the Way

That isn’t all. As per usual, there are a number of movies that are shrouded in mystery – some of which come to us from the next phases of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and from Pixar. Here is the full list of those.

Untitled Disney Live-Action Film
Release Date: December 17, 2021

Untitled 20th Century Film 
Release Date: January 7, 2022

Untitled Disney Live-Action Film
Release Date: April 8, 2022

Untitled Disney Live-Action Film
Release Date: May 27, 2022

Untitled 20th Century Film 
Release Date: June 10, 2022

Untitled Disney Live-Action Film
Release Date: August 12, 2022

Untitled 20th Century Film 
Release Date: September 16, 2022

Untitled Marvel Film
Release Date: October 7, 2022

Untitled 20th Century Film 
Release Date: October 21, 2022

Untitled Disney Live-Action Film
Release Date: November 4, 2022

Untitled Disney Animation Film
Release Date: November 23, 2022

Untitled 20th Century Film 
Release Date: December 23, 2022

Untitled 20th Century Film 
Release Date: January 13, 2023

Untitled Disney Live-Action Film
Release Date: March 10, 2023

Untitled 20th Century Film 
Release Date: March 24, 2023

Untitled Marvel Film 
Release Date: May 5, 2023

Untitled Disney Live-Action Film 
Release Date: May 26, 2023

Untitled 20th Century Film 
Release Date: June 9, 2023

Untitled Pixar Animation Film
Release Date: June 16, 2023

Untitled Disney Live-Action Film
Release Date: July 14, 2023

Untitled Marvel Film
Release Date: July 28, 2023

Untitled Disney Live-Action
Release Date: August 11, 2023

Untitled 20th Century Film 
Release Date: September 15, 2023

Untitled Disney Live-Action Film 
Release Date: October 6, 2023

Untitled 20th Century Film 
Release Date: October 20, 2023

Untitled Marvel Film
Release Date: November 3, 2023

Untitled 20th Century Film 
Release Date: November 10, 2023

Untitled Disney Animation Film 
Release Date: November 22, 2023

Untitled Disney Live-Action Film 
Release Date: December 15, 2023

Untitled Star Wars Film
Release Date: December 19, 2025

Untitled Star Wars Film
Release Date: December 17, 2027


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