Following the conclusion of the Skywalker Saga, Disney will release three new Star Wars movies starting in 2022. The first installment of the new, untitled trilogy will come Dec. 16, 2022, followed by Dec. 20, 2024 and Dec. 18, 2026. "Avatar 2" will now release internationally on December 17, 2021 instead of December 18, 2020 as originally planned.
This December, Rise of the Skywalker will bring a definitive end to the epic nine-picture saga about the titular family. The Avatar sequels release dates have been delayed once more, this time owing to Disney's acquisition of 20th Century Fox.
Walt Disney Animation Studios', "Frozen 2", opens in US theaters on November 22, 2019. According to Sam Worthington, who stars in the movies, the story picks up eight years after the first movie.
The list also included a huge chunk of Avatar films being pushed out in 2021, 2023, 2025 and 2027.
And an untitled Indiana Jones sequel will be released in September 2021, by which time Harrison Ford will be 79.
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This year, the studios' slate includes several Disney films, including the live-action "Aladdin" on May 24, a live-action "The Lion King" on July 19, "Maleficent: Mistress of Evil" on October 18 and "Frozen 2" on November 22.
Well after reporting yesterday about the second season of The Mandalorian and how exciting this year is going to be for Star Wars, we get more great news from Disney. Among early 2020 titles are Fox's Underwater on January 10, a Kingsman prequel movie on February 14, and Call of the Wild on February 21, followed by Pixar's Onward on March 6 and Disney's Mulan on March 27.
This is a jam-packed slate of films for the company that owns Lucasfilm, Fox and Marvel.
Several "Star Wars" projects are in the works, including a trilogy by David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, the creators of HBO´s "Game of Thrones", and a separate trilogy by "Last Jedi" director Rian Johnson. "We're not just looking at what the next three movies might be, or talking about this in terms of a trilogy", Kennedy explained.
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