Disney sets release dates for 'Indiana Jones 5' and

Also from Lucasfilm came the announcement that the fifth Indiana Jones film, which doesn't yet have a title either, has been pushed back a year.

"Star Wars" films always opened in summer until "The Force Awakens", the first of the new trilogy, and "Rogue One", one of three planned spin-offs, debuted in successive mid-Decembers in 2015 and 2016, with the same slot allocated to "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" this year.

The Star Wars anthology film focused on young Han Solo will test the May waters before Episode IX with its previously announced May 25, 2018, release.

All of the original Star Wars films released in May prior to Disney purchasing Lucasfilm-the fact that they're returning to the original schedule is yet another tradition the new regime is upholding.

Disney and Lucasfilm have booked a date in theatres for Colin Trevorrow's "Star Wars: Episode IX" - May 24, 2019. The movie, which is bringing back Steven Spielberg and Harrison Ford, was originally slated for release on July 19, 2019 - it'll now be here on July 10, 2020. Both Harrison Ford and Steven Spielberg are slated to return, though it's worth noting that Ford will be almost 78 years old by then.

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Spurs, who last won the league in 1961, stuttered in last season's run-in to concede the title to surprise package Leicester City.

We're also getting the much-anticipated Frozen 2 on November 27 that year, and the live-action retelling of The Lion King on July 19.

And just when you finally got "Let It Go" out of your head, Disney has given an official release date for Frozen 2. The animated sequel Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 is slated for November 21 next year.

The biggest surprise announced today was regarding Disney Animation's newest film, Gigantic.

Disney also pushed its 3-D animated film huge back two years to November 2020.