In addition to announcing that three new Star Wars titles are in the works, Disney has released its schedule of  releases for the next eight years, a list that includes 58 films before the end of 2022, and an additional 6 when including Avatar and Star Wars releases through 2027.

The 101 Dalmations reboot, Cruella, fronted by Emma Stone in the titular role, will launch a few days before Christmas, on December 23rd, 2020.

Before this, however, we can expect two Marvel movies, to release May 1 and November 6, as well as three for 2021, set to debut February 12, May 7, and November 15. While none of the actual films have been announced, we can only expect them to include sequels to both Black Panther and Doctor Strange, as well as a third outing of Guardians of the GalaxyShang-Chi and Eternals are also high on the suspect list of Marvel titles.

With Disney having acquired Fox just this year, it is likely the X-Men universe will be joining the MCU, as will Fantastic 4. Three more Marvel films are expected for 2022, bringing the world’s Marvel movie binge to a total of eight films in the next three years alone. That’s a lot of Endgame post-credits content.

Avatar is the other big standout for film releases, swapping duties with Star Wars every other year from 2021 until 2027. Avatar 2 is slated for a release in theatres on December 17, 2021, with Avatar 3Avatar 4, and Avatar 5 following up in 2023, 2025, and 2027, respectively. All films are set to release around the week before Christmas.

There is also a planned Indiana Jones film for 2021.

We can also expect films in the Bob’s BurgersWest Side Story, and Kingsman franchises all in 2020, while both an untitled Pixar Animation title, as well as an untitled Disney Animation title will make appearances.

Disney has no fewer than four live action films slated for each of 2021 and 2022, all in its home franchises, while Pixar will see a new title in 2021, and two new ones in 2022.

Senior Film Reporter for BuzzFeed News, Adam B. Vary, has a full list of the films to expect on Twitter, and unceremoniously shared below.

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