Disney Plus 2021-2023 movie release schedule

Find out what's launched and what's yet to come by 2021.

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Disney+ is the hottest arrival in the streaming TV space since Netflix. The day-one movie and TV line-up is robust and has now surpassed 1,200 titles in total, which isn’t as much as other services, though don’t discredit 30 seasons of The Simpsons available.

Thankfully a host of release dates have been revealed for legacy content that did not make launch. It’s actually right there in the interface if you search for it. It’s quite a task to go through it all, but don’t worry, we’ve done it for you.

The announced list of upcoming Disney+ movie release dates includes titles expected for 2020 and even into 2023. No doubt, these dates coincide with existing streaming licences with rival services lapsing.

Will these movies release in all Disney+ territories?

What we can’t tell you at this stage is which territories will receive this content on the date in the table below. We know this is the planned release date for the US only. And planned doesn’t mean set in stone. Things change. They change all the time in the complex world of streaming TV.

It’s also worth noting that there is a stack of new original content in the works for Disney+. Not to mention cinema-bound blockbusters migrating to the service. Plus, there is a humungous back catalogue of TV shows yet to receive release dates, too. So, this list will bloom. And as dates for these shows come to light, we’ll update the list below.

Which movies and shows are coming to Disney+ in 2020 and beyond?

On 23 February Disney+ will be added over 600 shows and movies via new channel Star. These are in addition to their future planned releases like Falcon and The Winter Soldier. You can find more information on Star on Disney+ in our full Disney+ Star guide.

Content Release date Label
On Pointe 18 December, 2020 Disney
Soul 25 December, 2020 Pixar
SparkShorts episode - Burrow 25 December, 2020 Pixar
WandaVision 15 January, 2021 Marvel
Pixar Popcorn January 2021 Pixar
Flora & Ulysses 19 February, 2021 Disney
Raya and the Last Dragon 5 March, 2021 Disney
The Falcon and the Winter Solider 19 March, 2021 Marvel
The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers 26 March, 2021 Disney
Loki May 2021 Marvel
What If...? Mid 2021 Marvel
Dug Days 2021 Pixar
Hawkeye 2021 Marvel
Ms. Marvel 2021 Marvel
Turner and Hooch 2021 Disney
Big Shot 2021 Disney
The Mysterious Benedict Society 2021 Disney
Animated take on Night at the Museum 2021 Disney
Animated Diary of a Wimpy Kid 2021 Disney
Kardashian content 2021 Hulu
Star Wars: The Bad Batch 2021 Lucasfilm
Star Wars: Visions 2021 Lucasfilm
Willow 2022 Lucasfilm
Baymax! 2022 Disney
Zootopia+ 2022 Disney
Iwaju 2022 Disney
Cars series 2022 Pixar
Star Wars: Andor 2022 Lucasfilm
Ice Age Adventures of Buck Wild 2022 Disney
Chip ‘n Dale Rescue Rangers 2022 Disney
Three Men and a Baby 2022 Disney
Cheaper by the Dozen 2022 Disney
Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special 2022 Marvel
Tiana 2023 Disney
Moana show 2023 Disney
Win or Lose 2023 Pixar
Welcome to Earth TBA National Geographic
Limitless TBA National Geographic
Cousteau TBA National Geographic
Secrets of the Whales TBA National Geographic
A Real Bug’s Life TBA National Geographic
America The Beautiful TBA National Geographic
Disenchanted TBA Disney
Pinocchio TBA Disney
Peter Pan and Wendy TBA Disney
Only Murders in the Building TBA Hulu/Star
The Dropout TBA Hulu/Star
Dopesick TBA Hulu/Star
Nine Perfect Strangers TBA Hulu
Hocus Pocus 2 TBA Disney
new Sister Act movie TBA Disney
Greek Freak TBA Disney
The Keanon Lowe project TBA Disney
The Chris Paul project TBA Disney
Genius: Martin Luther King, Jr. TBA National Geographic
Beauty and the Beast prequel TBA Disney
Swiss Family Robinson TBA Disney
Percy Jackson and the Olympians TBA Disney
Moon Knight TBA Marvel
She-Hulk TBA Marvel
Ironheart TBA Marvel
Obi-Wan Kenobi TBA Lucasfilm
I Am Groot TBA Marvel
Rangers of the New Republic TBA Lucasfilm
The Acolyte TBA Lucasfilm
A Droid Story TBA Lucasfilm
Star Wars: Lando TBA Lucasfilm
Star Wars: Rogue Squadron TBA Lucasfilm
Armor Wars TBA Marvel
Secret Invasion TBA Marvel
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