Disney is the studio and we know they have ideas for probably the next 50 years, but for now, they have released dates for 19 of their films including some Marvel films and live-action fairy tales says Variety.
Without making you read a list of unknown films and their release dates let’s see the ones we know:
- They have moved Toy Story 4 back a year from it’s original June 16, 2017, to June 15, 2018
- on July 6, 2018 we are getting an Ant-Man sequel supposedly titled Ant-Man and the Wasp
- Black Panther will be moved forward five months from July 6, 2018, to Feb. 16, 2018
- the summer 2017 is opening with Pixar’s Cars 3
- The Incredibles 2 is now pushed back to 2019
Let’s talk about that last one. There is not a film I can think of that fans want a sequel for more than the Brad Bird directed The Incredibles. It was bad enough we’ve had to wait this long to even confirm if a sequel would ever happen, but now the film is delayed even further do to their crowded list of films.
Disney has a plethora of big projects that likely take precedence e.i. Star Wars and the Marvel films they have planned for the next five years, but it deflates the fan excitement for one of Pixar’s most beloved films. Waiting this long then waiting even longer breaks my heart as a fan of The Incredibles and makes me wonder if we are even going to care about it as much by the time 2019 rolls on.
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