Avatar 2 release date pushed to December 2021

Avatar 2 release date pushed to December 2021

Walt Disney Co on Tuesday pushed back the release of James Cameron's sequel to box-office champion "Avatar" by a year, to December 2021, and announced debut dates for new "Star Wars" films starting in December 2022.

While we aren't 100 percent sure what's coming after Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, the picture is slightly more clear.

Game of Thrones creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss were tapped previous year to create their own trilogy of Star Wars movies. Unlike its Star Wars and Avatar arms, Disney is apparently choosing to be conservative about making superhero release-date promises any further than that.

Disney just announced that, as part of its shuffling of its release schedule to accommodate all the projects it inherited from Fox during its corporate acquisition, it was postponing The New Mutants one more time.

Almost one year ago, fans were devasted when Avengers: Infinity War concluded with Thanos carrying out his mission to eradicate half of the population in the universe, including several MCU heroes.

In the Decembers of 2021, 2023, 2025, and 2027, sci-fi fans longing for Star Wars can check out the next four chapters in the Avatar franchise.


Disney has some of the biggest film franchises under their belt right now and it looks like they're about to secure the bag for the next decade.

We don't need a new star was movie every year.

Disney has revealed that there are three more Star Wars films due to land in cinemas.

Also, Steven Spielberg's long-awaited Indiana Jones 5 is set for release on July 9, 2021, when Harrison Ford will be only a year away from being 80-years-old.

The Walt Disney Studios has unveiled its upcoming slate following the recent acquisition of the Fox film studios, including changes to previously dated films and a number of major additions.

"With a strong summer already in place, we are eager to carry that momentum forward over the coming years thanks to a creative wellspring of bold and imaginative stories coming from our world-class studios", Cathleen Taft, head of distribution for Disney, said in a statement. "Strange", "Black Panther", "Captain Marvel", "Spider-Man" and "Guardians of the Galaxy".

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