Mark Your Calendars: Here Are All of the Disney Movies Releasing Next Year

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Disney+ is here, Star Wars is over (for now), so you might be sitting there thinking that Disney is going to leave you cold and alone without any new content.

I mean, not alone, because you could spend literal years watching all of the amazing offerings on Disney+. But you know what I mean.

You’ll be happy to hear, then, that they have more than a few movies slated for 2020 – and here they are, all lined up in a row.

23. Underwater (1/20)

Y’all have fun with this creepy underwater thriller that’s being compared to The Abyss, because I don’t do drowning.

22. The Call of the Wild (2/21)

The adaptation of Jack London’s classic adventure tale stars Harrison Ford.

21. Onward (3/6)

A pair of magical brothers bring back their dad for 24 hours…or at least, they try to.

20. Mulan (3/27)

Disney’s next animated-turned-live-action fav is Mulan, and idk, the trailers look pretty good?

19. The New Mutants (4/3)

Bring on the X-Men and a new team of teen mutants – in a horror film this time!

18. Antlers (4/17)

Keri Russell plays an Oregon teacher who learns one of her students has a disturbing secret – this one looks truly creepy…

17. Black Widow (5/1)

Scarlett Johansson and the Black Widow are finally getting their own film, and I, for, one, hope they don’t screw it up.

16. The Personal History of David Copperfield (5/8)

Dev Patel, Hugh Laurie, and Tilda Swinton star in this adaptation of a classic Dickens novel.

15. The Women in the Window (5/15)

This riff on the classic Hitchcock film Rear Window stars Amy Adams, Gary Oldman, and Julianne Moore.

14. Artemis Foul (5/29)

The screen adaptation of the hit kids’ book series by Eoin Colfer is bound to bring in major $$ – especially with an all star cast that includes Judi Dench, Josh Gad, and Ferdia Shaw.

13. Soul (6/19)

Pixar is back to break your heart with the story of what happens after you die.


12. Free Guy (7/3)

This stars Ryan Reynolds, so you’re going to go and see it no matter what it’s about.

11. Jungle Cruise (7/24)

Inspired by a Disney Parks attraction, they’re sure hoping it does as well as Pirates of the Caribbean.

10. The Empty Man (8/7)

This supernatural horror movie is based on a noir-style graphic novel.

9. The One and Only Ivan (8/14)

Katherine Applegate wrote the award-winning children’s book (based on a true story) about a friendship between an elephant and a gorilla.

8. The King’s Man (9/18)

This comedic thriller is sure to be a winner.

7. Death on the Nile (10/9)

Agatha Christie never gets old, and this sequel to Murder on the Orient Express also stars Gal Gadot and Armie Hammer.

6. Everybody’s Talking About Jamie (10/23)

This musical about a teen taking the spotlight as a drag queen is based on a British-American drama.

5. Eternals (11/6)

This is a new entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and Disney is betting you’re going to love this cast of characters who are members of a superhuman race that guide humanity through its trials.

4. Deepwater (11/13)

Personally, I think it’s been too long since we’ve had a thriller from Ben Affleck, no?

3. Raya and the Last Dragon (11/25)

This fantasy about a young warrior’s hunt for the last dragon on the planet with be an animated feature.

2.West Side Story (12/18)

Steven Spielberg is taking the helm of a musical for the first time, and with this classic story to work with, I’m sure Disney is gonna have a hit.

1. The Last Duel (12/25)

This period piece set in France stars Matt Damon, Adam Driver, and Ben Affleck, and it’s directed by Ridley Scott. Those are 4 big ways to put asses in the seats.

Okay, so I’m super excited now!

Which are you looking forward to the most?