Walt Disney Studios made a major update to its theatrical schedule in July at fan event D23 Expo.
The company outlined its movie schedule for the next two years where it announced new live-action films and confirmed release dates and casting for movies, including “Aladdin” and “Dumbo.”
They’re just two additions to the more than 20 Disney movies coming, which includes a mix of animated films, Marvel superheroes, sequels, and many more trips to a galaxy far, far away. Disney previously released dates for upcoming films stretching through 2020 and beyond. INSIDER rounded up every release date we know for the studio.
This list does not include all of Disney’s planned and undated live-action films. You can see all of those titles here.
Here is everything you can expect to see from Disney from now through 2020:
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We’ll finally get a third “Thor” movie in November.
In “Thor: Ragnarok,” the God of Thunder will be imprisoned on one side of the universe without his hammer where he gets a new look.
At the same time, his home of Asgard is undergoing some new management after being destroyed by new villain Hela (Cate Blanchett).
Her character’s so strong she broke Thor’s hammer in the movie’s first teaser. You can read more on her here.