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Disney Announces Release Dates for ‘Incredibles 2,’ ‘Cars 3’

Disney has announced the release dates for 19 movies through the year 2020, including the summer 2017 opening of Pixar’s “Cars 3” and the 2019 bow of “The Incredibles 2.”

Disney has also moved “Toy Story 4” back by a year, from June 16, 2017, to June 15, 2018.

The 19 dates included six Marvel titles — an “Ant-Man” sequel, “Black Panther,” “Captain Marvel” and three untitled films as part of its plans for Phase 3 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

“Ant-Man and the Wasp” will hit theaters on July 6, 2018, while the three untitled Marvel Studios films will bow on May 1, 2020, July 10, 2020, and Nov. 6, 2020.

Disney and Marvel have also opted to move “Black Panther” forward five months from July 6, 2018, to Feb. 16, 2018. The character will be portrayed by Chadwick Boseman and will debut in 2016’s “Captain America: Civil War.”

“Captain Marvel” has been moved forward eight months from Nov. 2, 2018, to March 8, 2018.

Disney also announced Thursday that it has crossed the $4 billion mark at the global box office, beating its previous studio record by six weeks. As of Oct. 7, the studio has hauled $1.4 billion in the U.S. and Canada and $2.6 billion internationally.

Here are the rest of Disney’s announcements:

· “Coco” is final title of previous “11/22/17 Untitled Pixar Animation” (previously announced 11/22/17 wide playdate is unchanged)

· 12/22/17 Untitled Disney Fairy Tale (live action) now dated on 12/22/17 wide

· “Gigantic” is final title of previous “3/9/18 Disney Animation” (previously announced 3/9/18 wide playdate is unchanged)

· 11/2/18 Untitled Disney Fairy Tale (live action) now dated on 11/2/18 wide

· 3/29/19 Untitled Disney Fairy Tale (live action) now dated on 3/29/19 wide

· Untitled Disneytoon Studios now dated on 4/12/19 wide

· 11/8/19 Untitled Disney Fairy Tale (live action) now dated on 11/8/19 wide

· 3/13/20 Untitled Pixar Animation now dated on 3/13/20 wide

· 6/19/20 Untitled Pixar Animation now dated on 6/19/20 wide

· 11/25/20 Untitled Disney Animation now dated on 11/25/20 wide

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