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Consummate planners, rejoice! Disney has announced its complete film release schedule for the next four years, and we’re Tigger-level excited. From live-action reboots of Aladdin and The Lion King (starring Beyoncé!) to Star Wars: Episode 9, here’s everything we have to look forward to from the house of the mouse. As Mickey would say, “Oh, boy!”  

RELATED: Here’s Every New Disney Movie Coming Out Through 2019

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1. ‘Captain Marvel’: March 6, 2019

Disney is starting off 2019 on a strong note—with a female-led superhero movie starring Brie Larson and Samuel L. Jackson.

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2. ‘Dumbo’: March 29, 2019

This Disney classic is getting a live-action reboot starring Eva Green, Michael Keaton and Colin Farrell. Oh, did we mention Tim Burton is directing? 

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3. ‘Disneynature’s Penguins’: April 19, 2019

Official details about the film haven’t been released, but it’s safe to assume penguins will be the center of the story. 

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4. ‘Avengers: Endgame’: April 26, 2019

Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson and the rest of the Avengers crew are at it again for a fourth film. 

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5. ‘Aladdin’: May 24, 2019

Get ready for Will Smith’s version of Genie in this live-action reboot of Aladdin

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6. ‘Toy Story 4’: June 20, 2019

The Toy Story gang returns for a fourth iteration that’s sure to make us cry all the tears. 

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7. ‘The Lion King’: July 19, 2019

Beyoncé as Nala, Donald Glover as Simba and James Earl Jones as Mufasa? This live-action remake of The Lion King can’t come fast enough.

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8. ‘Artemis Fowl’: August 9, 2019

Based off the sci-fi fantasy novels of Eoin Colfer, this film from director Kenneth Branagh will star Josh Gad, Dame Judy Dench and newcomer Ferdia Shaw. 

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9. ‘Frozen 2’: November 27, 2019

Only time will tell what Frozen 2 has in store for us. *Crosses fingers for an Elsa romance*

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10. ‘Star Wars: Episode 9’: December 20, 2019

In a universe far, far away, Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) will teach Rey (Daisy Ridley) her final lesson. 

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11. ‘MULAN’: March 27, 2020

Mulan is the latest Disney princess movie to get a live-action reboot. We can’t wait to see who’s going to play her fast-talking dragon sidekick, Mushu. 

 

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12. ‘MALEFICENT 2’: MAY 29, 2020

Angelina Jolie and Elle Fanning aren’t the only ones reprising their roles for this Maleficent sequel. Juno Temple and Sam Reilly will also be back for the second time along with Michelle Pfeiffer and Chiwetel Ejiofor who are joining in on the fun.

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13. ‘JUNGLE CRUISE’: JULY 24, 2020

We’ve seen adaptions of Disney rides to films be widely successful before (*cough cough* Pirates of the Caribbean), and we expect this one will be no different.

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14. ‘INDIANA JONES 5’: JULY 9, 2021

Although little is known about the fifth film in the Indiana Jones franchise, it’s highly anticipated. With Stephen Spielberg as a director, how can anything go wrong?

Disney has also called dibs on release dates from July 19, 2019, to February 17, 2023, for 29 more live-action and animated films, including Marvel and Pixar options.

Our four-year plan is officially set.

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