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Disney Movies 2016-2019: Here's a Quick Peek at Disney's Official List of Movies for the Next 4 Years

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Disney fans can already mark their calendars for upcoming movies to as far as four years from now as the Mouse House released an official movie listing up until 2019.

On Tuesday, the Business Insider posted the complete list of movies to be released from this year through 2019 including some that involved partnership with other entertainment production giants like Marvel, Pixar and Lucasfilm.

First on the list is a movie that portrays a time where humans and dinosaurs co-exist in the film titled "The Good Dinosaur" due in theaters on November 25 followed by "Star Wars Episode: The Force Awakens" which is set for release on December 18.

The first quarter of 2016 would have more animal-related animations like "Zootopia," a film that imagines the world where animals act like humans directed by Rich Moore and Byron Howard.

The lineup also includes the Chris Pine-starrer "The Finest Hours" based on a true-to-life story that occurred during the 1950s that is scheduled to be released on January 29, 2016.

On May 6, Marvel and Disney team up to present a follow-up to "Avengers: Age of Ultron" in the form of "Captain America: Civil War" which sees the team divided into two groups: the pro-Superhero Registration Act led by Robert Downey's Tony Stark and the anti-Superhero Registration Act headed by Chris Evans' Captain Steve Rogers.

The studio is also set to reimagine "The Jungle Book" in live action version set for release on April 15.

"Alice Through the Looking Glass," the sequel to Tim Burton's "Alice in Wonderland," is due in theaters on May 27 while the 2003 hit animated film "Finding Nemo" would be followed up by a film all about that adorable blue fish Dory voiced by Ellen DeGeneres in "Finding Dory" which would debut on June 17.

The studio is also set to work with award-winning filmmaker Steven Spielberg to create a movie adaptation of the Roald Dahl classic "The BFG" set for theatrical release on July 1.

"Pete's Dragon," a 1977 Disney original, would be rebooted and released on August 12 with Bryce Dallas Howard in the lead while Marvel's "Doctor Strange" is due to premiere on October 26.

On November 23, an animated musical film titled "Moana" is also set for release followed by the "Star Wars spin-off "Rogue One" due in theaters on December 16.

Here are movies with due for the following years:


Release Date

Beauty and the Beast March 17
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 May 5
Star Wars Episode 8 May 26
Cars 3 June 16
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales July 7
Thor: Ragnarok November 3
Coco November 22


Release Date

Gigantic March 9
Avengers: Infinity War-Part 1 May 4
Star Wars Han Solo Prequel (no title) May 25
Toy Story 4 June 15
Captain Marvel July 6
Inhumans November 2


Release Date

Avengers: Infinity War-Part 2 May 3
The Incredibles 2 June 21
Star Wars: Episode 9 no release date yet

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