Walt Disney Studios Release Schedule (2015-2017)

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Here are the films and release dates listed in the photo above:
  • Avengers: Age of Ultron – 5/1/15
  • Tomorrowland – 5/22/15
  • Inside Out – 6/19/15
  • Ant-Man – 7/17/15
  • Bridge of Spies – 10/16/15
  • The Good Dinosaur – 11/25/15
  • Star Wars: The Force Awakens – 12/18/15
  • The Finest Hours – 1/29/16
  • Zootopia – ¾/16
  • The Jungle Book – 4/15/16
  • Captain America: Civil War – 5/6/16
  • Alice Through the Looking Glass – 5/27/16
  • Finding Dory – 6/17/16
  • The BFG – 7/1/16
  • Pete’s Dragon – 8/12/16
  • Doctor Strange – 11/4/16
  • Moana – 11/23/16
  • Star Wars Anthology: Rogue One – 12/16/16
  • Beauty and the Beast – 3/17/17
  • Ghost in the Shell – 4/14/17
  • Guardians of the Galaxy 2 – 5/5/17
  • Star Wars: Episode VIII – 5/26/17
  • Toy Story 4 – 6/16/17
  • Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales – 7/7/17

Here are the films that have already been announced which go beyond that:
  • Thor: Ragnarok – 11/3/17
  • Untitled Pixar Animation – 11/22/17
  • Untitled Disney Animation – 3/9/18
  • Avengers: Infinity War Part I – 5/4/18
  • Untitled Pixar Animation – 6/15/18
  • Black Panther – 7/6/18
  • Captain Marvel – 11/2/18
  • Untitled Disney Animation – 11/21/18
  • Avengers: Infinity War Part II – 5/3/19
  • Inhumans – 7/12/19



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Inside Out certainly looks like fun from the trailer I've seen.
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Wow! Didn't even know there was gonna be another Nemo and Toy Story movie.



Wow. I think there are like four original movies on that entire list twenty four movie list.

Inside Out, The Good Dinosaur, and Moana are all I will willingly see (I've seen the plot synopsis for Zootopia. It sounds awful). I may or may not force myself to see Toy Story 4 and/or Finding Dory in order to keep up with chat on Pixar forums, and my sister may or may not drag me to Civil War.



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So, they are making a LIVE action "Beauty and the Beast"? I haven't heard about it until now. Is it going to be like "Cinderella"? Or is it going to be a film adaptation of the Broadway show?

I don't feel it is necessary to do either, but I suppose I would go see it.
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So, they are making a LIVE action "Beauty and the Beast"? I haven't heard about it until now. Is it going to be like "Cinderella"? Or is it going to be a film adaptation of the Broadway show?

I don't feel it is necessary to do either, but I suppose I would go see it.

IMDB lists it as 2017, and they have the cast list posted:

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2771200/reference



So, they are making a LIVE action "Beauty and the Beast"? I haven't heard about it until now. Is it going to be like "Cinderella"? Or is it going to be a film adaptation of the Broadway show?

I don't feel it is necessary to do either, but I suppose I would go see it.
Oh forget the Disney one.. you need to see the french versions

La Belle et La Bete - 1946/Jean Cocteau
La Belle et La Bete - 2014/Christophe Gans

Both are live action and beautiful.. there is no way Disney will touch them!!



I'm still not used to the idea seeing Marvel owned by Disney...but still looking forward to see these movies...pretty cool list



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IMDB lists it as 2017, and they have the cast list posted:
Thanks. I just looked it up. I don't know why I didn't think to do it before.
So, I am gathering, from what I have read, it IS going to be a musical. Well, then, I am going to assume, then, that they are basing it on the stage show rather than the original animated film just because more songs were added to the story on stage. And the movie could really make a spectacle of "Be Our Guest". Also, I know a good number of the actors that are cast in it can carry a tune.

Oh forget the Disney one.. you need to see the french versions

La Belle et La Bete - 1946/Jean Cocteau
La Belle et La Bete - 2014/Christophe Gans

Both are live action and beautiful.. there is no way Disney will touch them!!
I have seen the 1946 version and I loved it. I didn't even know there was one from 2014. I will have to put that on my "To Watch" list now.