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Walt Disney Studios Reveals 2015 Movie Lineup

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Walt Disney Studios Releases 2015 Movie Lineup. The lineup consists of 12 films, 1 less than their 2014 slate of films. It is notable that after not releasing a film in 2014, Pixar will be releasing two movies (Inside Out and The Good Dinosaur) while Walt Disney Animation Studios (Frozen) will not be releasing a film in 2015.

Jan. 23 — Strange Magic (Lucasfilm)
Feb. 20 — McFarland, USA (Disney)
March 13 – Cinderella (Disney)
April 17 -– Monkey Kingdom (Disneynature)
May 1 -– Avengers: Age of Ultron (Marvel)
May 22 -– Tomorrowland (Disney)
June 19 – Inside Out (Pixar)
July 17 – Ant–Man (Marvel)
Oct 9 — The Jungle Book (Disney)
Oct. 16 – The Untitled Steven Spielberg Cold War Spy Thriller (DreamWorks)
Nov. 25 -– The Good Dinosaur (Pixar)
Dec. 18 -– Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Lucasfilm)

The most intriguing releases on the list are Avengers: Age Of Ultron and Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Avengers is expected to be a box office juggernaut and despite the quality of the film anything short of the previous movie’s box office returns will be deemed a failure. The Force Awakens is a film that has the potential to reinvigorate the flailing franchise or deflate expectations. Although there are lofty financial expectations for The Force Awakens, anything that can alleviate the sour taste left in fans mouths after the prequel trilogy can only be a step in the right direction. Should The Force Awakens take 2015’s box office throne and be a great film, Disney will be having their cake and eating it too.

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Source: Variety

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