‘Thor: Love & Thunder’ & ‘Black Panther 2′ Move Deeper Into 2022; Patty Jenkins’ ‘Star Wars’ Pic Going 2023: Disney Updates Release Sked Post Investor Day


Refresh for updates Coming out of Disney Investor Day, there were a number of release date changes, many of which were announced yesterday, i.e. Black Panther moving from May 6, 2022 to July 8, 2022.

However, Disney has re-dated a few others they took off the list temporarily, i.e. the 20th titles King’s Man, Death on the Nile, and Free Guy. As we mentioned yesterday, outside of Raya the Last Dragon (which is now opening March 5 instead of March 12 in theaters and Disney+ Premiere access), Disney is trying to stay committed to a theatrical release plan as long as the pandemic doesn’t get in the studio’s way.

Here’s a rundown of the studio’s theatrical release schedule changes; refresh for more analysis:

THE KING’S MAN (20th) previously dated on 2/12/21 moves to 3/12/21

ANTLERS (Searchlight) previously dated on 2/19/21 is now Unset

RAYA AND THE LAST DRAGON (Disney) previously dated on 3/12/21 moves to 3/5/21

FREE GUY (20th) is now dated on 5/21/21

DEATH ON THE NILE (20th) is now dated on 9/17/21

UNTITLED 20TH CENTURY (20th) previously dated on 9/10/21 moves to 2/11/22

ENCANTO (Disney) is the updated title of UNTITLED DISNEY ANIMATION dated on 11/24/21

THOR: LOVE AND THUNDER (Disney) previously dated on 2/11/22 moves to 5/6/22

TURNING RED (Disney) is the updated title of UNTITLED PIXAR ANIMATION dated on 3/11/22

BLACK PANTHER 2 (Disney) previously dated on 5/6/22 moves to 7/8/22

LIGHTYEAR (Disney) is the updated title of UNTITLED PIXAR ANIMATION dated on 6/17/22

CAPTAIN MARVEL 2 (Disney) previously dated on 7/8/22 moves to 11/11/22

UNTITLED 20TH CENTURY (20th) previously dated on 11/11/22 is removed from schedule

ROGUE SQUADRON (Disney) is the updated title of UNTITLED STAR WARS dated on 12/22/23

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