D23 Announces Release Dates for ‘Soul,’ ‘Mulan,’ ‘The King’s Man,’ and More

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After many announcements of delays, D23 has announced upcoming release dates for many titles from Disney/Pixar, 20th Century Studios, Searchlight Pictures, and Lucasfilm. These titles expand well into 2022, giving us a lot of entertainment to look forward. There are also plenty of untitled projects in the works at these film companies, including an untitled Star Wars film set to be released December 16, 2022. It was also announced that the Disney movie Artemis Fowl, starring Colin Farrell, Josh Gad, and Judi Dench, will be a Disney+ exclusive. As for theater releases, Soul will kick things off June 19. Check out the list below for upcoming release dates, and click here for Marvel dates.


Soul – June 19

Mulan – July 24

Empty Man – August 7

The One and Only Ivan – August 14

The Beatles: Get Back – September 4

The King’s Man – September 18

Death on the Nile – October 9

The French Dispatch – October 16

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie – October 23

Deep Water – November 13

Raya and the Last Dragon – November 25

Free Guy – December 11

West Side Story – December 18

The Last Duel – December 25 (limited)


The Last Duel – January 8 (wide)

Ron’s Gone Wrong – February 26

Bob’s Burgers – April 9

Cruella – May 28

Jungle Cruise – July 30

Hamilton – October 15

AVATAR 2 – December 17


Nimona – January 14

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