Disney have decided to introduce a little magic to your Thursday by announcing a slew of brand new upcoming releases. Some are new, some are confirmed and some are just shifting about a bit but now we have at least a fair understanding of all things Disney Animated, Marvel, Pixar and Disneytoon Animation.
So here’s what to expect from 2017 onwards: Cars 3 will wheelspin its way into cinemas June 2017, Pixar then follows that with Coco - the Dia de los Muertos film from Lee Unkrich, which lands in November of that year, as was hinted at by the movie’s poster which debuted on D23’s screens.
Following that in December is a live-action untitled Disney Fairy Tale movie before heading into 2018 with Marvel’s Black Panther, which has now shifted to February, thanks to the announcement of Ant-Man and The Wasp (which buzzes our way in July).
Captain Marvel moves to 2019 with another live-action untitled Disney Fairy Tale dawns on March 29, with a DisneyToon Studios (the people behind Planes) release set for April.
Most excitingly, The Incredibles 2 now has a firm slot, landing in June of 2019 and followed by yet another live-action untitled Disney Fairy Tale in November.
In 2020, we have Pixar kicking things off with an untitled film for March, followed by the first of the new, untitled Marvel movies in May.
Pixar’s back again in June with an untitled effort, while Marvel nabs two slots, one in July and one in November. Finally, there’s a new Disney Feature Animation effort scheduled to later in November.
Phew! Mickey’s a busy old boy – here’s hoping that one of these untitled fairy tale stories is in fact the Enchanted sequel, Disenchanted.