Disney Movies That Are Coming Up In 2020 And 2021 – Mark Your Calendar!
Disney had a list of movies lined up in the last quarter of 2020. Sadly, the current pandemic didn’t let Disney work as planned. Several of the films were re-evaluated and shifted to later this year, and several others were pushed for a 2021 release. Many others have already debuted on Disney+ instead of waiting for theatrical release.
Listed here are some of the movies that are already streaming on Disney+, one that are yet to release, and some more that are lined up for the upcoming year.
Disney Movies That Released On Disney+ In 2020
Released on March 6, Onward is streaming on Disney+ now. Pixar’s suburban fantasy film was the first Disney film of the year to make it on Disney+.
Originally slated for August 2019 theatrical release, Artemis Fowl straightaway made it to Disney+ on June 12, 2020 for a digital release. Have you watched it yet?
Hamilton debuted on July 3 on Disney+ with a PG-13 rating. Disney owns the rights to this live filming of the famous Broadway musical, featuring the original cast. The feature was filmed onstage at The Richard Rodgers Theatre in New York City.
The One and Only Ivan: Streaming on Disney + since August 21, the movie is inspired from a book based on real-life events. It is about a gorilla who lives at a mall with a few other animals, but wants to live life freely.
Mulan: The remake of this popular Disney movie is officially available on Disney+ since September 4 for $30, and it will be included in basic subscriptions from December 4.
Disney Movies That Are Yet To Release In 2020
Soul: Coming on Disney+ on November 20, the animated movie focuses on the existential journey of Joe, who is a music teacher in a middle school.
Disney Movies That Will Release In 2021 (Source: D23)
The Last Duel (20th Century Studios)—January 8, 2021: A Norman knight and squire get into a duel when the knight’s wife accuses the squire of rape. The duel is a deadly one, with three lives at stake, and when politics enter the picture, no one knows what will happen next.
Everybody’s Talking About Jamie (20th Century Studios)—January 22, 2021: A LGBTQ musical film based on a musical play of the same name and inspired by the true life story of Jamie Campbell, the movie follows the story of a teenager living in Sheffield, England who desires to be a drag queen one day.
The Eternals (Marvel Studios)—February 12, 2021: Based on a Marvel Comic of the same name, The Eternals is about an immortal race of beings who spend their lives on Earth and are tasked to protect the human civilization from any external threat.
Raya and the Last Dragon (Walt Disney Animation Studios)—March 12, 2021: In this animated movie, Raya, a warrior is on her search for the last dragon in a split land called Kumandra.
Bob’s Burgers (20th Century Studios)—April 9, 2021: Bob Belcher, a hamburger restaurateur embarks on more quirky adventures with his even more quirky family.
Ron’s Gone Wrong (20th Century Studios)—April 23, 2021: This movie is set in a world where every human child has a robot best friend. But an 11-year old boy, Ron, finds that his robot is a malfunctioning “best friend” for him.
Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (Marvel Studios)—May 7, 2021: While not much has been revealed about the plot of the Marvel movie based on Marvel Comics, we sure know the star cast, which includes Simu Liu, Awkwafina, Tony Leung Chui-Wai, and many more!
Cruella (Disney)—May 28, 2021: This film focuses on Cruella de Vil, the antagonist of the 1961 film One Hundred and One Dalmatians, and stars Emma Stone in the titular role.
Jungle Cruise (Disney)—July 30, 2021: Dr. Lily Houghton and skipper Frank Wolff explore the Amazon in a ramshackle boat on a search for a tree with healing properties that can change the future of medicine forever.
The Beatles: Get Back (Disney)—August 27, 2021: This documentary movie is about filmmaker Peter Jackson presenting never-seen-before footage of The Beatles shot during their album “Let It Be”‘s recording sessions.