Disney has been cranking out media lately; between the live action remakes of classic animated features, Marvel, and Star Wars, the media super-corporation has a lot on its hands.
That's just a small sampling.
On March 1st, Disney released a new slate of upcoming films--32, in total--to be expected between now and 2023:
...most of which are untitled, as of yet.
Disney also just announced new movie dates through 2023, most of which are "untitled." Including three Marvel movies in 2021 and 2022. Also moved the live action "Mulan" to March 27, 2020.— Ben Fritz (@benfritz) March 1, 2018
Don't know if this is a typo/oversight or not, but all of the Marvel movies in 2020 and 2022 will be available in 3D, but none in 2021. This will probably change, if it's even accurate, but maybe the industry is taking a year off from 3D in 2021. I know I avoid it when I can... pic.twitter.com/aaWdGZAdHx— Jeff Sneider (@TheInSneider) March 1, 2018
On the heels of the recent release of 'Black Panther,' Marvel fans in particular are riled up to see the amount of Marvel films on the roster for the next 5 years.
Note this is in addition to two other 2020 dates already announced for May and November. It's 3 movies a year now for Marvel Studios moving forward— ErikDavis (@ErikDavis) March 1, 2018
'Mulan' getting pushed back is kinds disappointing but it happens and one of those 6 Marvel movies is definitely an untitled 'Black Panther' sequel.— 👑 King Trey Killmonger 👑 (@terrance_may) March 1, 2018
In fact, they're so excited that they're trying to guess what's coming next.
November 5th, 2021 had better be my Loki movie @ Marvel— momma loki ain't ready for infinity war (@MommaLoki) March 1, 2018
And/or predicting exactly how we're all going to be disappointed.
Not as much 3D?! Aw man. Well, I guess it would save me money but still! 😞— Mel P (@mannequinmel) March 2, 2018
But you know Disney: they aren't ones to disappoint.
So we got some good, TITLED news in the mixture: Avengers 3 is coming out a whole week sooner than expected!
So while we are waiting for all those untitled titles to be titled, we have a whole extra week to enjoy this masterpiece: