Disney is having a booked and busy year. The studio is keeping us entertained with an endless flow of new original television shows and movies, thanks to its many brands (Hulu, Disney+, Marvel Studios, Lucasfilm, shall we go on?). There’s really never been a shortage of exciting things coming out of the House of Mouse.
But, I think we can all agree that the new Disney movies coming in 2024 and beyond are especially exciting. The lineup has a little bit of everything, from additions to the Marvel Cinematic Universe plus new, live-action remakes of Disney animated classics like The Lion King movie and sequels like Moana 2.
There’s something for everyone, whether you enjoy action over musicals or original animation over CGI. You name it, Disney’s got it in the works! But, you don’t have to take my word for it as here is a list of new Disney movies coming in 2024 and beyond. Watch the trailers, bookmark the dates, and get ready for more Disney magic.
The First Omen
Disney doing horror? Yes, and there's so much more in the works! Get ready for a super creepy story all about a young American woman who decides to become a nun and moves to Rome to start her new life.
But, not everything is as it seems as a conspiracy starts to unravel before her very eyes. Not only is this super creepy, but it's also a prequel to the hit 1976 film, The Omen. Horror lovers unite!
Releasing on 5 April, 2024
Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes
The Planet of the Apes continue their box office takeover with its fourth film in the series that follows 300 years after War for the Planet of the Apes. It follows a new chimpanzee, Noa, who sets off on a journey to find a way to save the rest of his planet from being enslaved.
Releasing on 10 May, 2024
Young Woman and the Sea
Daisy Ridley stars as Gertrude Ederle, an Olympic swimmer who became the first woman to swim 21 miles across the English Channel. The film will only have a limited release in cinemas as a nice entry before the Olympics begin.
Releasing on 31 May, 2024
Inside Out 2
Riley is now a teenager and with her new moment in life comes some brand new emotions including Anxiety, played by Maya Hawke, and several others that will now have to work together with the original group to get through one of the life's toughest moments: puberty.
Releasing on 14 June, 2024
The merc with a mouth is finally returning to the MCU and he's not the only one who is bringing some major multiverse chaos. Hugh Jackman will be making his big return as Wolverine/Logan so you already know that some heads are going to explode.
Releasing on 26 July, 2024
Much about the movie has been kept a secret (even the actual name until it was revealed on 8 February 8) but at least we know that it takes place between Alien and Aliens so there's plenty of guesses as to what we can expect.
Releasing on 16 August, 2024
Rami Malek. Rachel Brosnahan. Caitríona Balfe. Laurence Fisburne. Adiran Martinez. The list goes on and on for this one and for good reasons.
Based on Robert Littell's novel of the same name, Rami stars as a CIA cryptographer who blackmails the agency in order to get his revenge after his wife dies in a terrorist attack.
Releasing on 8 November, 2024
In a surprise move, Disney announced that Moana 2 would be coming to cinemas in November. Originally meant to be a series, the Chieftess of Motunui will be heading off on a brand new adventure with Maui after they receive a call from her ancestors. Can't wait!
Releasing on 27 November, 2024
Mufasa: The Lion King
We're going all the way back thanks to Rafiki as he tells the story of Mufasa and his reign to become king in a live-action CGI film, that is a prequel to 2019 The Lion King remake.
Releasing on 20 December, 2024
Captain America: Brave New World
Sam Wilson has officially taken up the
mantle shield and is the new Captain America the world needs. And following the drama of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, he is needed more than ever.
Thankfully, he has some new faces by his side including Joaquin Torres as the new Falcon and Isaiah Bradley, a Korean War vet and a super soldier.
Releasing on 14 February, 2025
Rachel Zegler takes on the role of the beloved Disney princess in the live-action version of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. This one has been in the works since 2016, so we can't wait!
Releasing on 21 March, 2025
When a young boy gets beamed up to space, he ends up becoming Earth's unofficial ambassador and must try to do what he can to both survive and also keep Earth safe in this fun sci-fi film. Jameela Jamil and America Ferrera lend their voices to this film, so we know it's going to be good.
Releasing on 13 June, 2025
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