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Here’s an updated list of all the upcoming movies from Disney (including Marvel & Lucasfilm)!🎥  (2017-2019 ONLY)

2017

  • November 8: Thor Ragnarok🔨
  • November 22: Coco🎶
  • December 16: Star Wars VIII: The Last Jedi🌟

2018

  • February 16: Black Panther🐾
  • March 9: A Wrinkle in Time🌀
  • May 4, 2018: Avengers Infinity War💥
  • May 25: Han Solo movie🌟
  • June 15: Incredibles 2👊🏼
  • July 6: Antman & the Wasp🐜
  • August 3: Christopher Robin live action🐻
  • November 21: Wreck It Ralph 2🕹
  • November 2: The Nutcracker & the Four Realms💃🏽
  • December 25: Mary Poppins Returns☂️

2019

  • March 8: Captain Marvel👱‍♀️
  • March 29: Dumbo🐘
  • April: Untitled DisneyToon movie🦄
  • May 24, 2019: Aladdin live action🔮
  • June 21: Toy Story 4☁️
  • July 19: The Lion King🦁
  • August 9: Artemis Fowl📚
  • November 8: Nicole🎅🏼
  • November 27: Frozen 2❄️
  • December 20: Star Wars IX🌟
  • TBA: Avengers 4💥
  • TBA: Mulan live action🗡
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HAPPY INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY! Gonna be posting a lil bit today about the women of colour throughout history whom I find particularly inspiring.

So kicking things off with Angela Davis, as seen above. She’s perhaps most famous for her role in counterculture activism as part of the American Civil Rights movement and as a member of the Black Panthers. She also became involved in the Communist Party USA from 1961-1991. However, it was this activism and her Marxist stance which meant that she was named on the FBI’s most wanted list on the orders of J. Edgar Hoover.

Davis was sentenced to death in 1972 in relation to the take-over of a Marin County, California, courtroom, which resulted in four fatalities. However, she was acquitted in a federal trial after being incarcerated for eighteen months, due to an international mobilisation.

Davis had also developed her beliefs in feminism, understanding that equality between the races could only exist with the equality of the sexes. It was in 1969, that as a known radical feminist, member of the Communist Party and associate of the Black Panthers Party that Davis was recruited by UCLA as a professor of Philosophy. However, Davis found her position challenged as the then governor of California, Ronald Reagan, deemed her unsuitable for such a role due to her affiliation with the Communist party. Yet, after a short period during which there was a failure to renew her teaching contract, it was ruled that Davis could not be fired for her political stance.

Davis has spoken openly about her views on many issues such as racism, sexism, gay rights and imperialism and continues in her prevalence regarding social justice movements, most recently being made an honorary co-chair of the Women’s March on Washington. You can watch many of her speeches online and I’ve attached a link to an excerpt of the black power mixtape which highlights some of her beliefs and the power of her public speaking. https://youtu.be/R2BIZy0HScM

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Here’s an updated list of ALL of Disney’s upcoming movies, sorted by year for your convenience.  The second photo shows all of the movies that have been announced, but with no release dates.
Please know that this is updated as of right now, but it will most probably be updated with more movies during the summer.

2017

  • March 17 - Beauty and the Beast🌹
  • May 5 - Guardians of the Galaxy 2☄️
  • May 26 - Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales☠️
  • June 16 - Cars 3🚘
  • July - Spiderman Homecoming
  • November - Thor 3⚡️
  • November 22 - Coco🎶
  • December VIII - The Last Jedi🌟

2018

  • - February - Black Panther
  • - March 9 - A Wrinkle in Time🌀
  • - April 6 - Magic Camp✨
  • - May - Avengers: Infinity War💥
  • - May - Young Han Solo movie⭐️
  • - June 15 - The Incredibles 2👨‍👩‍👧‍👦
  • - July - Ant-Man & the Wasp🐜
  • - August 3 - Untitled Disney live-action fairy tale film🏰
  • - November 2 - Mulan⚔️
  • - November 21, 2018 - Wreck It Ralph 2👊🏼
  • - December - Mary Poppins Returns☂️

2019

  • - May 24 - Star Wars IX🌟
  • - June 21 - Toy Story 4☁️
  • - July 19 - The Lion King live action
  • - November 27 - Frozen 2❄️
  • - Captain Marvel💫
  • - Spiderman Homecoming 2

2020

  • - July 10 - Indiana Jones 5💀
  • - November 25 - Gigantic🌱

Ok at all the gays gagged over super bowl saying it was a political statement I agree but it was very soft one. all this “fuck you to republicans ” like all it did maybe was make some republicans mildly uncomfortable it was soft ineffective and weak .
I can’t believe you thots would even compare that soft bent back response to Beyoncé marching black panthers into the field . Which was an actual definitive polarising political statement .
Lady Gaga was weak and I’m not impressed we need stronger leaders

USA. California. Oakland. July 17, 1968. Around 400 members of the Black Panthers march outside of the Alameda County Courthouse during Huey Newton’s trial for the murder of an Oakland police officer. 

Other radical groups that advocated revolutionary change included Tom Hayden’s Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), the Weather Underground, and The Youth International Party (Yippies). Black Panther co-founder Bobby Seale was arrested along with Yippie cofounders Hoffman and Rubin for inciting riots at the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago. The trial’s subjects later became known as “the Chicago Seven.”

Photograph: Keith Dennison/Oakland Museum of California

USA. California. Oakland. March 31, 1972. Black Panther Central Committee Member Ericka Huggins laughs after a Black Community Survival Conference rally. Ericka is the widow of slain Panther John Huggins. She later headed the New Haven branch of the party.

Photograph: Stephen Shames/Polaris