Avatar: Path of Water
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disney On Tuesday, it revealed changes to its movie release calendar, with several entries in the Avatar, Marvel and Star Wars series postponed.
Studios often adjust their schedules for a variety of reasons, but the company didn’t elaborate on the decisions behind rescheduling release dates. The movement looks like this: writers strike It can have a huge impact on the film and television industry, causing production shutdowns and impacting release schedules.
Since the strike began, various high-profile movies and shows have stopped production or ended prematurely.These include Netflix“Stranger Things”appleTV+’s “Severance” Paramount“evil” of CNBC reported in May.
Disney did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
James Cameron’s third “Avatar” movie has been pushed from 2024 to December 2025, with a fourth in 2029. The fifth installment in the series is currently scheduled for 2031, according to the company’s public calendar. “Avatar,” released in 2009, and “Avatar: The Way of Water,” released late last year, are two of the top three highest-grossing films in the world.
In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the recently renamed Captain America: Brave New World has been pushed back to May-July next year, Thunderbolts to December 2024, and Blade to 2025. In February 2020, “Fantastic Four” is currently scheduled for May 2025.
This change will also affect the MCU’s two upcoming Avengers films. “Avengers: Kang Dynasty” has been delayed by a year to May 2026, and “Avengers: Secret Wars” won’t be released until May 2027.
Actor Jonathan Majors, who played Kang in Marvel’s Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumaniria, was arrested earlier this year on assault charges and is reportedly facing abuse charges. He denied the charges through his attorney, but they were dropped by his longtime management company. According to previous reports. Marvel has remained silent on the Majors matter.
After the box office disappointment of the actor’s Ant-Man & the Wasp: Quantomania, Disney CEO Bob Iger thinks Whether Marvel should prioritize fresher characters instead of continuing to make third and fourth films of established legacy characters.
Disney has also postponed the planned “Star Wars” movie from December 2025 to May 2026. It also added another Star Wars movie to its schedule. Scheduled for December 2026.Disney hasn’t released Star Wars Films since The Rise of Skywalker in 2019.