The next “Star Wars” trilogy and “Avatar” sequels finally have release dates.

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On Tuesday, Disney announced its current slate of films through 2027, featuring a slew of untitled live-action, animated, Marvel films and more.

Also on the list is a slate of new “Star Wars” films following on this year’s “The Rise of Skywalker”.

Disney is apparently taking a three-year break between the end of one trilogy and the start of another, dating the first of three new “Star Wars” films for Dec. 16, 2022, with the second and third instalments following on Dec. 20, 2024 and Dec. 18, 2026.

Meanwhile, “Avatar”, which is now under the Disney umbrella after the company’s purchase of Fox, has seen its sequels delayed once again, with the new films alternating release dates with “Star Wars” each December.

Currently, “Avatar 2” is poised for release Dec. 17, 2021, with “Avatar 3” in 2023, “Avatar 4” in 2025 and “Avatar 5” in 2027.

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On Twitter, James Cameron shared the news of the new “Avatar 2” release date and mentioned that he is currently hard at work shooting the film.

Disney has also set Steven Spielberg’s upcoming “West Side Story” remake for Dec. 18, 2020, with “Cruella” following the week after on Dec. 23, 2020.

Meanwhile, Fox’s “X-Men” spinoff “The New Mutants” has been pushed back once again to April 3, 2020.