Disney fan? Good thing, too, because there's a whole lot of content coming your way in the coming years, spanning animation and live-action.
You can expect Walt Disney Animation movies, Disney-Pixar movies and Marvel movies over the coming years. Scroll down for your essential Disney movies round-up.
Sam Raimi directs Benedict Cumberbatch in the second Doctor Strange movie, which is poised to open new realms of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).
Natalie Portman's Jane Foster absorbs her own Asgardian powers in Taika Waititi's follow-up to Thor: Ragnarok. Chris Hemsworth, Tessa Thompson and Christian Bale co-star.
Captain America himself, Chris Evans, voices the human inspiration for Buzz Lightyear in this Disney-Pixar origin story.
Wonder Woman helmer Patty Jenkins steps into the Star Wars saga for the spin-off movie about brave X-Wing pilots.
Spider-Man 3 helmer Jon Watts is tasked with bringing the original superhero family into the Marvel Studios fold (finally!)
Disney has confirmed it will not recast the late Chadwick Boseman in the role of T'Challa/Black Panther. The sequel is directed by Ryan Coogler and will return us to Wakanda.
Brie Larson returns as the noble Captain Marvel in this sequel helmed by Candyman's Nia DaCosta. And there are some significant new faces in the movie.
8. Ant-Man 3
The third Ant-Man movie again pairs Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly for another round of shrinking superhero mayhem. Both the title and new cast members have been revealed.
Walt Disney Animation Studios venture to South America for the first time with this Columbia-set musical, scored by Lin-Manuel Miranda.
10. Turning Red
Disney-Pixar returns with this offbeat coming-of-age story about a teenage girl who can transform into a giant red panda.
11. Indiana Jones 5
Harrison Ford returns as the world's greatest archaeologist-adventurer, but Steven Spielberg is giving way to Logan director James Mangold.
The MCU's first Asian-focused superhero movie stars Simu Liu as the eponymous Shang-Chi, a mystical master pitted against Tony Leung's The Mandarin.
Disney's next live-action remake tackles the legacy of the 1989 animation, widely credited with kick-starting the 'Disney renaissance' period. Halle Bailey is Ariel and Melissa McCarthy is the evil Ursula.
14. The Lion King 2
Moonlight director Barry Jenkins takes over from Jon Favreau to bring us the origin story of the mighty Mufasa. Expect a continuation of the stunning photorealistic CGI that featured in Favreau's blockbusting 2019 Disney remake.
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