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Disney Confirms A Huge Slate of Release Dates, Including Incredibles 2 and Toy Story 4

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Along with the announcement of all manner of Marvel release dates, we now know when to expect some of Disney’s most anticipated new titles, including the much-longed-for sequels The Incredibles 2 and Toy Story 4.


Variety has the whole list (and it includes all those Marvel movies mentioned in the post linked above), but here are some other highlights:

Cars 3 will be out June 6, 2017.

Coco, Pixar’s Day of the Dead-inspired tale, will be out Nov. 22, 2017; the release date isn’t news, but this “final title” is official now. Same deal with Disney animation Gigantic, a retelling of the Jack and the Beanstalk story, which will be out March 9, 2018.


“Untitled Disney Fairy Tale (Live Action)” will be out Dec. 22, 2017, but don’t get that one (could it be Beauty and the Beast, originally announced as a March 2017 release, or something else?) confused with the many other live-action fairy tales in the pipeline, which are currently slated for Nov. 2, 2018; March 29, 2019; and Nov. 8, 2019. (Those likely won’t be all of ’em before the popcorn dust clears, so prepare thyself.)

Toy Story 4 is slated for June 15, 2018, a full year later than originally announced, and we’ll have to wait even longer for The Incredibles 2—it’s not due until June 21, 2019.

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Okay we can all agree that a Cars 3 is unnecessary and unwanted. But that’s because we’re old enough to be commenting on the internet. Kids will love it, and kids will buy tons of Cars merchandise. Why is this a good thing? Because it pays for everything else.

Yeah yeah I know it’s not like Pixar’s other movies are unprofitable. But I feel that it’s the Cars cash machine that probably allows them to take some risks that they wouldn’t otherwise, and devote more dollars to projects that might otherwise seem a little esoteric. Inside Out is a goddamned masterpiece but devoting that much beautiful rendering to a pic could seem like a scary proposition at first but the suits probably sleep easier at night knowing that no matter what happens they can pop out a Cars N to shore up the books if they need to.

Having said that, I hope they try harder to make it a better movie this time.