Since Disney’s acquisition of 21st Century Fox completed back in March, the company will also be adding a whole host of Fox films to their distribution schedule.

From now until 2027, Disney will distribute more than 65 films theatrically across Marvel Studios, Pixar, Lucasfilm, Disney Animation, Disney Live Action Films and now 20th Century Fox.

Disney has live-action remakes of some of their animated classics including Pinocchio, Oliver Twist, James and the Giant Peach, Peter Pan, The Sword in the Stone, The Little Mermaid, Snow White.

What’s still a mystery is some of the Marvel films listed on the list below. Disney and Marvel have said they won’t be announcing any details about upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe Films until after Spider-Man: Far From Home releases (which is set for July 2nd, 2019 and is still part of the MCU but distributed by Sony, not Disney) and takes place directly after the box office juggernaut Avengers: Endgame

It also looks like after Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker in December, we’ll see a two-year break before we get more Star Wars films, which could either be Rian Johnson’s upcoming trilogy or the trilogy from the Game of Thrones creators.

Here is Disney’s upcoming film schedule:

2019 Films

  • Tolkien – May 10th
  • Aladdin – May 24th
  • Dark Phoenix – June 7th
  • Toy Story 4 – June 21st
  • Stuber – July 12th
  • The Lion King – July 19th
  • The Art of Racing In the Rain – August 9th
  • Ready or Not – August 23rd
  • Ad Astra – September 20th
  • Maleficent: Mistress of Evil – October 18th
  • Ford v. Ferrari – November 15th
  • Frozen 2 – November 22nd
  • Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker – December 20th
  • Spies in Disguise – December 25th

2020 Films

  • Underwater – January 20th
  • The King’s Man – February 14th
  • Call of the Wild – February 21st
  • Onward – March 6th
  • Mulan – March 27th
  • The New Mutants – April 3rd
  • Black Widow – May 1st
  • The Woman In The Window – May 15th
  • Artemis Fowl – May 20th
  • Soul – June 19th
  • Free Guy – July 3rd
  • Bob’s Burgers The Movie – July 17th
  • Jungle Cruise – July 24th
  • The One And Only Ivan – August 14th
  • Death On The Nile – October 9th
  • Eternals – November 6th
  • Ron’s Gone Wrong – November 6th
  • Raya and the Last Dragon – November 25th
  • West Side Story – December 18th

2021 Films

  • Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings – February 12th
  • Nimona – March 5th
  • Untitled Disney Live-Action – March 12th
  • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness – May 7th
  • Cruella –  May 28th
  • Untitled Pixar Animation Film – June 18th
  • Untitled Indiana Jones – July 9th
  • Untitled Disney Live Action – July 30th
  • Untitled Disney Live Action – October 8th
  • Thor: Love and Thunder – November 5th
  • Untitled Disney Animation – November 24th
  • Avatar 2 – December 17th

2022 Films

  • Untitled Marvel Film – February 18th
  • Untitled Pixar Animation Film – March 18th
  • Black Panther 2 (working title) – May 6th
  • Untitled Disney Live Action – May 27th
  • Untitled Pixar Animation Film – June 17th
  • Untitled Disney Live Action – July 8th
  • Untitled Marvel Film – July 29th
  • Untitled Disney Live Action – October 7th
  • Untitled Disney Live Action – November 4th
  • Untitled Disney Animation – November 23rd
  • Untitled Star Wars Film – December 16th

2023 Films

  • Untitled Disney Live Action – February 17th
  • Avatar 3 – December 22nd

2024 Films

  • Untitled Star Wars Film – December 20th

2025 Films

  • Avatar 4 – December 19th

2026 Films

  • Untitled Star Wars Film – December 18th

2027 Films

  • Avatar 5 – December 17th

“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,” said Cathleen Taff, president, Theatrical Distribution, Franchise Management, and Business & Audience Insights, The Walt Disney Studios.

“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.”

Update – July 21st, 2019: Marvel has announced the films that are part of Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe up until 2021. This includes  Black Widow, Eternals, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and Thor: Love and Thunder.

This post has been updated to reflect the upcoming Marvel films and is noted in bold.

Source: Disney

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