The Full SCI-FI, FANTASY & GENRE Movie Release Schedule


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Charlie's Angels
Credit: Sony Pictures Entertainment

In addition to the plethora of comic book-based superhero movies in the next few years, there are a variety of other films such as science fiction, fantasy and action under the umbrella description of ‘genre.’ There are no hard lines, but if a film as robots, giant monsters, or aliens, then it’s probably on our list.

Like our list of comic book-based superhero movies, we’re not including production info such as cast, crew or plot; this is just an easy-to-read look at what’s to come in North American theaters.

Here is a complete schedule of the confirmed movie release dates, along with links to their trailers.

October 18: Zombieland: Double Tap (Sony)
October 18: Maleficent: Mistress of Evil (Disney)
October 31: Verotika (Cleopatra Entertainment)
November 1: Terminator: Dark Fate (Paramount)
November 15: Charlie’s Angels (Sony)
November 22: Frozen 2 (Disney)
November 27: Knives Out (Lionsgate)
December 13: Jumanji: The Next Level (Sony)
December 20: Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (Lucasfilm)
December 25: Spies In Disguise (Fox/Blue Sky Studios)
January 17: Bad Boys For Life (Sony)
February 14: The King’s Man (Fox)
February 14: Sonic the Hedgehog (Paramount)
March 6: Onward (Pixar)
March 13: Godzilla vs. Kong (Warner Bros.)
March 13: Invinsible Man (Universal)
March 27: Mulan (Disney)
April 8: No Time To Die (Eon Productions/MGM)
May 15: A Quiet Place sequel (Paramount)
May 22: Fast & Furious 9 (Universal)
May 22: The Spongebob Movie (Paramount)
May 29: Artemis Fowl (Disney)
June 19: Soul (Pixar)
June 26: Top Gun: Maverick (Paramount/Skydance)
July 10: Untitled Ghostbusters film (Sony)
July 17: Bob’s Burgers (Fox)
July 24: Jungle Cruise (Disney)
July 24: Untitled Sony animated film
August 7: Infinite (Paramount)
August 7: The Empty Man (Disney)
August 21: Bill & Ted Face the Music (Orion)
September 4: Monster Hunter (Sony)
September 11: The Conjuring 3 (New Line)
September 18: The Croods 2 (Univeral/DreamWorks Animation)
October 16: G.I. Joe sequel (Paramount)
November 13: Red Notice (Universal)
November 25: Untitled Disney animated
December 18: Dune (Warner Bros.)
December 18: Uncharted (Sony)
December 23: Cruella (Disney)
December 25: Untitled third Sherlock Holmes (Warner Bros.)

February 26: Untitled M. Night Shyamalan film (Universal)
March 5: Nimona (Fox/Blue Sky Studios)
March 12: Untitled Disney live-action
March 21: Untitled Tomb Raider sequel (MGM)
May 21: Akira (Warner Bros.)
May 21: John Wick: Chapter Four (Lionsgate)
May 28: Untitled Disney live-action
June 4: Micronauts (Paramount)
June 18: Untitled Pixar animated
July 9: Untitled fifth Indiana Jones (Lucasfilm)
July 16: Space Jam 2 (Warner Bros.)
July 23: Untitled sixth Mission: Imppossible (Paramount)
July 23: Dungeons & Dragons (Paramount)
July 30: Untitled Disney live-action
September 17: Spooky Jack (DreamWorks Animation)
October 1: Untitled Hasbro (Paramount)
October 8: Untitled Disney live-action
November 12: Untitled third Fantastic Beasts (Warner Bros.)
November 24: Untitled Disney animated
December 17: Avatar 2 (Fox)
December 22: Untitled DreamWorks Animation

March 4: Minecraft (Warner Bros.)
March 18: Untitled Pixar
April 15: Untitled DreamWorks Animation
May 27: Untitled Disney live-action
June 17: Untitled Pixar
July 8: Untitled Disney live-action
August 5: Untitled seventh Mission: Impossible (Paramount)
October 7: Untitled Disney live-action
November 4: Untitled Disney live-action
November 23: Untitled Disney animated
December 16: Untitled Star Wars (Lucasfilm)

February 17: Untitled Disney live-action
February 17: Untitled M. Night Shyamalan film (Universal)
April 7: Untitled DreamWorks Animation
December 22: Avatar 3 (Fox)

December 20: Untitled Star Wars (Lucasfilm)

December 19: Avatar 4 (Fox)

December 18: Untitled Star Wars (Lucasfilm)

December 17: Avatar 5 (Fox)

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