Here are the movies to expect from Disney through 2027


Disney has released its full slate of films through 2027, including plenty of untitled Marvel movies, Pixar movies, and four more Avatar sequels.

With its acquisition of Fox complete, Disney announced its current full line of movies on Tuesday, and it’s safe to say, we’ll be watching a lot of Disney movies over the next few years.

The full slate of movies highlights the rest of the 2019 lineup we already knew about, with movies like Toy Story 4 and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. There are also a few mystery movies they have yet to be announced, but we may have clues as to what they are. Read on to see the breakdown of some of the Disney movies to come, including the fifth Avatar movie that’s scheduled for 2027.

Disney live action

Disney’s live-action movies are already off to a strong start in 2019 with AladdinThe Lion King and Maleficent: Mistress of Evil. 2020 will bring Mulan and Cruella, and going into 2021 through 2023, there are a total of nine planned live-action movies.

As Collider reports, many of these movies are already getting the necessary people on board to begin the production process. Some of those include takes on the remaining Disney princess movies, including Snow White and The Little Mermaid. Disney classics like Peter Pan and The Hunchback of Notre Dame are also on that list, though there’s no telling when either of these movies will come out right now.


As of now, we know Toy Story 4 will be out this summer on June 26, and Onward, featuring Tom Holland and Chris Pratt, will be out March 6, 2020. Next year will also see another untitled Pixar movie, while 2021 and 2022 will see one and two movies respectively.

Not much has been said about what the untitled movies are, but Screen Rant mentions that the 2021 movie will be directed by Monster’s Inc, Up and Inside Out director Pete Docter — so it’s bound to be something good.


It’s no secret that Marvel has a slew of movies coming out following Avengers: Endgame, as Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has talked openly about the how far in advance they’re planning.

After two years of following a three-films-per-year plan, Marvel will briefly go back to two films in 2020 — presumably because production was delayed on Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3. The likely candidates for next year’s films will be the Black Widow solo movie and The Eternals. Meanwhile, known films like Black Panther 2, Doctor Strange 2, and Shang-Chi will be reserved for the following years.

Star Wars

Fresh out of Star Wars Celebration last month, we learned the final title of the current Star Wars saga would be The Rise of Skywalker. But, as expected, there will indeed be three more Star Wars filmed planned for 2022, 2023, and 2026.

Very little has been revealed about these movies, even after all of the massive amount of announcements from Celebration. But nonetheless, we’ll hopefully see more details following the release of Episode IX.


By taking on Fox’s movies with the acquisition, Disney will have a diverse range of movies out from the old studio’s lineup. That includes the Fox-Marvel films Dark Phoenix and New Mutants, the latter of which has been delayed (yet again) to April 3, 2020.

Other projects include the Tom Holland-Will Smith animated movie, Spies In Disguise, and 2020’s Bob’s Burgers, Kingsman 3, and West Side Story.

As for Avatar, they’re going full MCU and Star Wars with four more movies coming out. Avatar 2 will finally arrive Dec. 17, 2021, with sequels out every other year through 2027.

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