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Disney Announces 2014 Theatrical Release Schedule

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Disney2014Disney has announced its full theatrical release schedule for 2014. Animated features include Studio Ghibli’s The Wind Rises in February, the sequel Planes Fire and Rescue in July, and the superhero film Big Hero 6 in November. May 30’s live-action Maleficent is also based on the villain of the 1959 classic Sleeping Beauty.

The full release schedule is:

February 28, 2014The Wind Rises

March 14, 2014Need for Speed

March 21, 2014Muppets Most Wanted

April 4, 2014Captain America: The Winter Soldier

April 18, 2014Bears

May 16, 2014Million Dollar Arm

May 30, 2014Maleficent

July 18, 2014Planes Fire & Rescue

August 1, 2014Guardians of the Galaxy

August 8, 2014The Hundred-Foot Journey

October 10, 2014Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

November 7, 2014Big Hero 6

November 21, 2014McFarland

December 25, 2014Into the Woods

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