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Disney's movie release shake-up shows how it will dominate Hollywood for years to come, from 'Avatar' to 'Star Wars'

Disney's movie release shake-up shows how it will dominate Hollywood for years to come, from 'Avatar' to 'Star Wars'
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Disney made major changes to its release schedule on Tuesday, and it shows how the company will dominate Hollywood for close to another decade.




"Avatar" sequels and new "Star Wars" movies will be released alternately from 2022 to 2027.




Disney axed Fox's planned Marvel movies except for "The New Mutants," which was pushed back for a third time.




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Disney's acquisition of Fox — in which the Mouse House bought Fox's film studio and many of its television assets — was an industry-shaking deal worth $71.3 billion. The deal finally closed in March, and now Disney is shaking up its own movie release schedule.
Disney announced a bevy of changes on Tuesday that could shape the movie industry for the next eight years.
The changes impact sequels to Fox's 2009 blockbuster, "Avatar," which is still the highest-grossing movie of all time until Disney/Marvel Studios' "Avengers: Endgame" catches up; includes three new "Star Wars" movies after this year's "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker"; and nixes all of Fox's planned "X-Men" movies, save for "The New Mutants," which has been pushed back yet again.
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