With the Marvel Studios date changes locked down, now it’s time to see how Disney is handling all of its other schedule changes.
Disney spent a good bit of time on Friday moving all of its various film releases around on the calendar. Some of the changes stretch out to as far as 2022. Even some nearly completed films are moving back nearly a full year as Jungle Cruise is.
- Soul – June 19, 2020
- Mulan – July 24, 2020 (Formerly Jungle Cruise’s date)
- The French Dispatch – Oct. 16, 2020
- Free Guy – Dec. 11, 2020
- West Side Story – Dec. 18, 2020
- The Last Duel – Dec. 25, 2020
- Jungle Cruise July 20, 2021
- Indiana Jones 5 – July 29, 2022
Movies without release dates include The New Mutants, Woman in the Window, Antlers, and The Personal History of David Copperfield.
The biggest surprise may be that Artemis Fowl has no been pulled from theaters entirely and will become a Disney Plus original.
With all of these shifts, here is what the summer movie schedule looks like as of now. Keep in mind that this is all subject to change depending on how long theaters need to remain closed globally.
- Soul (Dis)
- Fatale (LG)
- The King of Staten Island (Uni)
- Untitled Purge (Uni)
- Bob’s Burgers (20th/Dis)
- Tenet (WB)
- Mulan (Dis)
- Come Play (Focus)
- SpongeBob: Sponge on the Run (Par)
- Barb and Star Go to Vista del Mar (LG)
- Empty Man (20th/Dis)
- Infinite (Par)
- Wonder Woman 1984 (WB)
- The One and Only Ivan (Dis)
- Nobody (Uni)
- Let Him Go (Foc)
- Bill & Ted Face the Music (UAR)
- Untitled Fred Hampton project (WB)
- Hitman’s Bodyguard Part 2 (LG)
- Spell (Par)
- The Beatles: Get Back (Dis)
- Monster Hunter (Sony)
- A Quiet Place Part II (Par)
- Unhinged (Solstice)
We wouldn’t be too surprised by some more shifts happening in the near future.