Check Out Disney's Visual Timeline of Their Movies Through 2017

April 22, 2015
Source: Twitter


Over the last few years, Disney has been buying a few big studios or partnering with them, between Marvel Studios, Steven Spielberg's DreamWorks and most recently Lucasfilm. This one Hollywood studio now has an incredibly diverse slate, and at their annual presentation during the movie theater owners' convention CinemaCon this week, they included a slide of their upcoming releases through 2017. We already know all of these release dates, so there's nothing new coming from this, but it's cool to see everything presented in this visual way with all of the logos included. Hell of a line-up, from Marvel mania to Star Wars galore, Toy Story 4, two Spielberg films, and even Ghost in the Shell. Take a look + click for bigger. Cue Disney theme.

Disney Movies 2017

Thank you to @film_girl (Christina Warren) for this photo above. You can see a slightly different version of the same slide on SlashFilm. It was taken during the presentation, so this is the best quality anyone has. The Walt Disney Studio's live-action release line-up includes all of Marvel Studio's big releases: Ant-Man, Captain America: Civil War, Guardians of the Galaxy 2. They also have tons of Star Wars coming up (well beyond where this timeline ends). There's some new Pixar films in the works, as well as a new Pirates of the Caribbean. Tron 3 is not listed yet, but I'm sure we'll hear more soon. And that Ghost in the Shell movie should be going into production soon. This kind of fun schedule should be exciting for movie fans of all ages.

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This may be just me, but please, please, Please don't fuck up Ghost in the Shell!

bat0u on Apr 22, 2015


I agree with you on this one. One of my favorite animes. It seems like it would be hard to do. Im also excited for Tron 3.

timnimbus on Apr 24, 2015


Happy Nerds, EVERYWHERE!!!~

DAVIDPD on Apr 22, 2015


Wow. That's exciting!

III on Apr 22, 2015


Good grief. So, basically Lucasfilm paid for in... 3 years-ish?! That's friggin' impressive. Surprisingly impressed with our Disney overlords thus far! Living up to one of Walt's quotes to the tee... "If you can dream it... you can do it."

avconsumer2 on Apr 23, 2015


Very pumped for all of these

Danimal on Apr 23, 2015



Nielsen700 on Apr 24, 2015


Wait....why is there going to be a Toy Story 4....

Lar Rackell on Apr 24, 2015

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