Disney+ Reveals Major Summer Release Schedule with Marvel and Star Wars Treats

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June 30, 2020  11:20 AM

 

 

It looks like Disney+ subscribers are in for a treat this Summer.

Yesterday, Disney announced a brand new “Summer Movie Nights” schedule for its streaming site and it looks like the House of Mouse is gearing up to release exciting content on Disney+ starting Friday this week (via ComicBook.com).

The “Summer Movie Nights” film schedule has been set to push through until early September where Disney will release one blockbuster from its massive umbrella every Friday. Disney’s new summer blockbuster program is going to begin with Hamilton, the highly-anticipated film adaptation of an iconic award-winning original Broadway production of the same name.

Directed by Thomas Kail and written and co-produced by Lin-Manuel Miranda, the film was meant to be released in cinemas on October 15, 2021, however, Disney decided to give the film a worldwide digital release on Disney+ instead as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Here’s the list of movies coming out on Disney+’s “Summer Movie Nights” program.

July 3     – Hamilton

July 3     – The Mighty Ducks

July 10   – X-Men: Days of Future Past

July 10   – Solo: A Star Wars Story

July 17   – X-Men: Apocalypse

July 24   – Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales

July 31   – Incredibles 2

Aug. 7   – X-Men

Aug. 7   – The Peanuts Movie

Aug. 14  – Ant-Man and the Wasp

Aug. 14 – The Greatest Showman

Aug. 21 – Beauty and the Beast

Aug. 28 – Fantastic Four

Aug. 28 – Alice Through the Looking Glass

Sep. 4    – The Wolverine

There’s definitely a whole lot of X-Men movies lined up for the program – a great way to distract Marvel fans while they wait for the release of highly anticipated series like Falcon and the Winter Soldier and WandaVision.

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