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The Release Dates For Disney Movies Coming Out in 2020

May 05, 2020 ByClaire Miles

Last year, everyone was super psyched after Disney shared a huge lineup of its new movies for 2020. Unfortunately, that was before the pandemic hit which forced Disney to change some of its upcoming releases. Some movies have been pushed back about a year like ‘Jungle Cruise’ and others will debut on Disney+ instead of in theaters. However, get excited again, because there are still four new releases coming in 2020! Plus, a Marvel movie (yay!), ‘Black Widow’ which is set to be released on November 6. Other movies you can expect: Mulan – July 24, 2020, Empty Man – August 7, 2020, The One and Only Ivan – August 14, 2020, The Beatles: Get Back- September 4, 2020, The King’s Man – September 18, 2020, Death on the Nile – October 9, 2020, The French Dispatch – October 16, 2020, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie – October 23, 2020, Deep Water – November 13, 2020, Soul – November 20, 2020, Free Guy – December 11, 2020, West Side Story – December 18, 2020, The Last Duel – December 25, 2020. That’s quite a lot to look forward to!

The Disney-MGM Studios logo sits on a building November 11, 2001 in Orlando, Florida

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From animated adventures to superheroes, Disney’s stacked with the goods. 2019 was a big year for Disney: Avengers: Endgame was the highest-grossing movie of all time! Disney studios also launched its own streaming platform, Disney+, which is a gamechanger. Other big releases from Disney in 2019 were Toy Story 4, Frozen 2, and the live-action and CGI adaptations of Aladdin, Dumbo, and The Lion King. We can expect the same level of jam-packed lineups from Disney in 2020 and 2021.

Disney Plus streams tv shows and movies from its franchise including Star WarsMarvel, and Pixar, so you’re literally never going to be bored or run out of things to binge. Plus, the streaming platform now offers shows we all know and love since taking over 21st Century Fox, like The Simpsons. Disney is also changing how we see new releases. For example, Artemis Fowl was scheduled to hit theaters on May 29, but instead, the company is turning it into a Disney Plus original film that will stream starting June 12.