DISNEY JUST COMPLETELY OVERHAULED ITS SCHEDULE, PUTTING NEW DATES TO MULAN, BLACK WIDOW, AND PUSHING JUNGLE CRUISE BACK A YEAR.
From the long-awaited Black Widow to live-action remakes of Disney classics – Mulan, The Little Mermaid, and more – it’s hard to remember exactly which of Mickey Mouse’s relatives in the Walt Disney Studios orbit are releasing films, and when. Due to the fact that the company now owns so many major IP machines (Marvel, Lucasfilm, Pixar) and recently acquired 21st Century Fox and its subsidiaries (now known as 20th Century Studios and Searchlight Pictures). Disney is making some changes to its upcoming theatrical release dates in order to accommodate delayed movies like Black Widow and Mulan.
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 below guide reflects the studio’s just-released full schedule.
New release dates for Disney.
“Artemis Fowl” – Now set for Disney+ debut (May 29)
“Pixar’s Soul” – Still set for June 20
“Mulan” – July 24, 2020
“Black Widow” – Nov. 6, 2020
“Free Guy” – Dec. 2, 2020
“Eternals” – Feb. 21, 2021
“Jungle Cruise” – July 30, 2021
“Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” – May 7, 2021
“Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” – Nov. 5, 2021
“Thor: Love and Thunder” – Feb. 18, 2022
Fifth “Indiana Jones” movie – July 2022
This, however, doesn’t mean Disney is rearranging every movie to ensure they all receive theatrical releases. Rather, Artemis Fowl will debut on Disney Plus, the company’s streaming service.
Disney previously made Frozen 2 available on Disney Plus three months early and moved Pixar’s Onward to digital retailers and Disney Plus early, as well.