Here’s Every Movie Disney Is Releasing In The Next 3 Years
Pass the popcorn, we are so ready for these.
Perk up your mouse ears and grab your popcorn: Disney is giving us the ultimate preview, releasing its entire movie production schedule from now until 2019.
Among the highlights? A new, untitled “Star Wars” movie due out in December 2017. Plus, Emma Stone will play Cruella De Vil in “Cruella,” a live-action remake of “101 Dalmatians.” Buzz Lightyear and Woody fans have reason to rejoice because “Toy Story 4” is forthcoming. And, “Coco,” which is inspired by the Day of the Dead celebration in Mexico, is queued up for November 2017.
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Here are some highlights for what Disney has in store in 2017, 2018 and 2019.
[h/t: Cosmo UK]
Beauty and the Beast (Mar. 17, 2017)
Emma Watson will play Belle in the upcoming live-action release of “Beauty and The Beast,” which is due out on Mar. 17, 2017. We got a sneak peak of her singing during a preview that was released during the Golden Globes.
Cars 3 (Jul. 14, 2017)
Some new characters will join Lightning McQueen in the upcoming “Cars 3.” They include antagonist Jackson Storm, a high-tech car, and Cruz Ramirez, McQueen’s upbeat trainer.
Thor: Ragnarok (Nov. 3, 2017)
Look forward to a Thor v. The Hulk match-up with Chris Hemsworth returning to the silver screen for this sequel.
Star Wars: Episode XIII (Dec. 15, 2017)
An early Christmas gift for “Star Wars” fans, this eighth film will be released during the holidays, but doesn’t yet have a title.
Black Panther (Feb. 26, 2018)
If you are a Captain America fan, you might already be familiar with the Marvel character Black Panther, who will star in this upcoming release.
The Incredibles 2 (Jun. 15, 2018)
Originally scheduled to be released in 2019, this Pixar sequel got bumped up to 2018, according to an update from the Hollywood Reporter.
Gigantic (Nov. 21, 2018)
It’s about time! The classic story of “Jack and the Beanstalk” will get the Disney treatment in 2018.
Mary Poppins Returns (Dec. 25, 2018)
We can’t wait to see British-American actress Emily Blunt play Mary Poppins opposite “Hamilton” star and creator Lin-Manuel Miranda in this live-action remake. Julie Andrews, the original Mary Poppins, reacted to the news, saying “Oh, wonderful!” according to Vanity Fair.
Captain Marvel (Mar. 8, 2019)
This female-led superhero film will bring some serious girl power to theaters. Brie Larson will play the lead role.
Toy Story 4 (Jun. 21, 2019)
Aww, this one is rumored to be a love story between Woody and Bo Peep. Originally scheduled to be released in 2018, Disney is having us wait until 2019. The lesson here: Love is patient.
Some other Disney movies on tap for later this year include, “Coco” on Nov. 22 and “Cruella” on Dec. 22.
Additional movies that Disney plans to release in 2018 include: “Avengers: Infinity War” on Apr. 28; an untitled Star Wars spin-off in May; and a live-action version of “Mulan” on Nov. 2.
In 2019, Disney plans to release an untitled Avengers film on May 3 and Star Wars episode IX on May 24.
[h/t: Cosmo UK]