The studio has updated its release schedule.
The Disney studios unveiled their new release schedule this weekend, specifying in passing that all the films planned for this end of the year would be released in theaters, and not directly on Disney Plus, whether live or animated: The Eternals, the next Marvel directed by Chloe Zhao, Encanto, by Byron Howard, Jared Bush and Charise Castro Smith, West Side Story, by Steven Spielberg, the prequel to Kingsman, by Matthew Vaughn …
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We also discover that The little Mermaid live, shot by Rob Marshall with Halle Bailey in the title role, will not be ready next year, but will be released on May 26, 2023. It must be said that the studio’s agenda is well filled by then, with four Marvel scheduled for 2022: Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness in March, Thor: Love and Thunder in June, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever in August, and The Marvels in November. Without forgetting Death on the Nile, the continuation of Murder on the Orient Express, by Kenneth Branagh, who is pushed back to February, Lightyear, the prequel to Toy story, dedicated to Buzz Lightyear set in June, Indiana Jones 5 planned for July and Avatar 2, which is maintained in December.
In 2023, no less than five Marvel are scheduled, of which only two are clearly defined: Ant-Man 3 in February and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 in May. That year, Disney also plans four live action in addition to The little Mermaid and will end his schedule with Rogue Squadron, the Star wars by Patty Jenkins, which is scheduled for release on December 22.
In 2024, alone Avatar 3 is specified in December, each outgoing component alternately with a Star wars until 2028. The other projects do not have a title for the moment. Disney has blocked four dates for its Marvel productions in February, May, July and November, and is also planning two Pixar animated films, in March and June.
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