Disney: Full list of new Marvel, Star Wars and Pixar shows and films to be released until 2022 OLD

Jacob Stolworthy
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Disney has unveiled a bustling list of Marvel, Star Wars and Pixar projects that will be released over the next two years.

Announced as part of Disney’s Investor Day presentation, the event was cast iron proof that the House of Mouse views television to be just as important as the big screen.

All of the projects – which includes spin-offs, reboots and remakes – will be released on Disney+, the streaming service which launched in the UK earlier this year.

Below is a full list of every project coming out.


Ahsoka – new series featuring Katee Sackhoff’s Mandalorian character, also starring Rosario Dawson.

Rangers of the New RepublicMandalorian spin-off

AndorRogue One spin-off featuring Diego Luna’s character

Obi-Wan Kenobi – standalone series starring Ewan McGregor and Hayden Christensen as Darth Vader

The Bad Batch – animated Clone Wars spin-off

Star Wars: Visions – series of animated short films celebrating the franchise

Lando – a spin-off centred on Donald Glover’s Solo character

The Acolyte – new series explores growing dark-side powers in the final days of the High Republic era

A Droid Story – R2-D2 and C-3PO return in a series introducing a brand new droid

Willow – a reboot of Ron Howard’s 1988 film


WandaVision – original series focused on Scarlet Witch and Vision

The Falcon and The Winter Soldier – original series focused on Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan’s characters

Loki – Tom Hiddleston’s character takes centre stage in new series also starring Owen Wilson

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What If…? – animated show featuring Marvel cast, old and new

Ms Marvel – new series introducing Kamala Khan (Iman Vellani), a 16-year-old Pakistani-American growing up in Jersey City

Hawkeye – Jeremy Renner’s character hands the bow and arrow to his successor, played by Hailee Steinfeld

She-Hulk – Tatiana Maslaney plays female version of Hulk in new comedy series also starring Mark Ruffalo and Tim Roth (who returns as the Abomination)

Moon Knight – new series centres on a complex vigilante who suffers from dissociative identity disorder

Secret Invasion – Samuel L Jackson and Ben Mendelsohn head up a new series as Nick Fury and the Skrull, Talos, respectively

Ironheart – Dominique Thorne plays Riri Williams, a genius inventor who creates the most advanced suit of armour since Iron Man

Armor Wars – Don Cheadle’s War Machine takes centre stage in a series exploring what happens when Tony Stark’s tech falls into the wrong hands

Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special

I Am Groot – series of shorts about Groot


Inside Pixar



Pixar Popcorn

Dug Days

Cars: The Series

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Win or Lose



Hocus Pocus 2

Three Men and a Baby remake


The Keanon Lowe project

Greek Freak

The Chris Paul Project

Flora & Ulysses

Cheaper by the Dozen series

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Diary of a Wimpy Kid

The Ice Age Adventures of Buck Wild

Night at the Museum reboot

Chip N’ Dale: Rescue Rangers


Peter Pan & Wendy

Disenchanted – a sequel to Enchanted

Sister Act 3

Walt Disney Animation

Raya and the Last Dragon





Moana: The Series

National Geographic


Genius: Martin Luther King, Jr

Secrets of the Whales

A Real Bug’s Life

America the Beautiful

Limitless With Chris Hemsworth

Welcome to Earth (working title)

Walt Disney Television

The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers

Big Shot

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The Mysterious Benedict Society

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