Disney has just gone through its major release calendar for the next three years and given updates on most everything on its slate. You can check out all of the dates below, but the most interesting tidbit is that Marvel's Ant-Man now officially has a date of November 6, 2015.
That stands out for a few reasons. Of course, it's confirmation of its commitment to the film - even after Edgar Wright's test footage wowed fans at Comic-Con, Disney still hadn't greenlit the film - but it also places it within Marvel's third phase of films. Does that mean we might see a setup for Ant-Man in The Avengers 2, which will hit a few months early on May 1, 2015?
Check out the rest of the dates below.
Iron Man 3 will now be available in 3D – previously announced May 3, 2013 wide playdate is unchanged (Marvel)
Phineas and Ferb moves to “2014 Undated Wide” (from July 28, 2013 wide)
Thor: The Dark World is final title of previous Thor 2 and will now be available in 3D – previously announced November 8, 2013 wide playdate is unchanged (Marvel)
Saving Mr. Banks is now dated on December 20, 2013 wide (Disney)
Captain America: The Winter Soldier is final title of previous Captain America 2 – previously announced April 4, 2014 wide playdate is unchanged (Marvel)
Bears is now dated on April 18, 2014 wide (Disneynature)
Guardians of the Galaxy is final title of previous Marvel Untitled - previously announced August 4, 2014 is unchanged (Marvel)
Disney Animation Untitled is now dated on November 7, 2014 wide
Ant-Man is now dated on November 6, 2015 wide (Marvel)
Pixar Animated Untitled is now dated on Wednesday, November 25, 2015 wide
So, which of the new Disney films are you looking forward to most? For us, it's probably a tie between James Gunn's Guardians of the Galaxy and Edgar Wright's Ant-Man, but those two untitled Disney and Pixar films are certainly intriguing (especially if Wreck-It Ralph is as good as it looks).