Disney Shifts Future Film Slate

Disney has updated its future film slate, shuffling a Marvel Studios film and removing a ‘Star Wars’ title.

The wave of Disney pushing back release dates for theatrical projects continues even with the gradual decline of the pandemic. It has officially been revealed that multiple projects are moving around from their initially announced release dates. 

Most notably, the untitled Marvel Studios film initially scheduled to release on February 16, 2024, has moved back a few months into September 6, 2024. It has yet to be revealed what film would’ve filled this date (especially with the other later releasing 2024 films being revealed earlier this year at San Diego Comic-Con), but it has been speculated by some that this would’ve been the date for the Deadpool sequel film in development and apparently nearing the start of production. As well, Haunted Mansion will be moving up from its scheduled August 11, 2023 release to March 10, 2023.

In addition, Disney has revealed the following release dates for various notable upcoming films in 2024:

  • Pixar’s Elio – March 1, 2024
  • The Rachel Zegler-led Snow White – March 22, 2024
  • Pixar’s Inside Out 2 – June 14, 2024
  • Barry Jenkins’ prequel Mufasa: The Lion King – July 5, 2024

One point of concern in all these moves comes with the removal of Patty JenkinsRogue Squadron from Disney’s release schedule. The film had previously been earmarked for a December 22, 2023 release, but essentially no updates have been made for the film in an extended period of time. This certainly doesn’t mean that the film is canceled, but it serves as an indicator that the highly anticipated film in the Star Wars franchise is much further away than Lucasfilm had initially planned for.

Source: Twitter.

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