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The 22 Disney films set for release in 2018 + 2019

Black Panther — 2/16/18
A Wrinkle in Time — 3/9/18
Avengers: Infinity War — 5/4/18
Untitled Han Solo Star Wars Anthology Film — 5/25/18
The Incredibles 2 — 6/15/18
Ant-Man and the Wasp — 7/6/18
Untitled Christopher Robin Project — 8/3/18
Mulan (Live Action) — 11/2/18
The Nutcracker and the Four Realms — 11/2/18
Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 — 11/21/18
Mary Poppins Returns — 12/25/18
Captain Marvel — 3/8/19
Dumbo (2019) — 3/29/19
Untitled Disneytoon Movie (2019) — 4/12/19
Untitled Avengers — 5/3/19
Aladdin (2019) — 5/24/19
Toy Story 4 — 6/21/19
The Lion King (Live Action) — 7/19/19
Artemis Fowl (3D) — 8/9/19
Nicole — 11/8/19
Frozen 2 — 11/27/19
Star Wars: Episode IX — 12/20/19

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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🌱

My Latin American History professor didn’t show up. Right now my classmates are staring at the clock waiting for him to be 15 minutes late so we can leave. 

Whenever this happens I get in the mood to read Flying Solo by Ralph Fletcher. It’s a middle grade novel about a sixth grade classroom trying to get through the day when their teacher doesn’t show up, and neither does the substitute. It’s one of my favorite middle grade novels because all the students are complicated and they are all intelligent in their own way. 

(Update: It’s been fifteen minutes. Everyone is leaving.)