Their are six major film studios. I am, of course, referring to Disney, Warner Bros, Universal, 20th Century Fox, Columbia, and Paramount. These studios often produce over 90% of the global box office. This is their upcoming film slate 2019-beyond.
Note: (I only Include Major Releases, which means films that have a chance of grossing upward of $300 million worldwide)
- Lucasfilm: Star Wars: Episode IX, Kenobi: A Star Wars Story, Indiana Jones 5, Star Wars: Old Republic Trilogy, Star Wars: Origins Trilogy, and Star Wars: Final Trilogy
- Marvel Cinematic Universe: Captain Marvel, Avengers 4, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, Doctor Strange Sequel, Black Panther Sequel, Namor, Quasar, Starbrand, Magik, and Masters of Evil along with a number of unknown projects
- Disney Live-Action: Dumbo, Aladdin, The Lion King, Artemis Fowl, Pirates of the Caribbean 6, Mulan, Peter Pan, The Little Mermaid, The Haunted Mansion, Maleficent 2, Cruella, A Night on Bald Mountain, Pinocchio, Oz the Great and Powerful 2, The Black Hole, The Chronicles of Pydrain, The Sword in the Stone, Tron 3, Hercules, Atlantis, Treasure Planet, Lilo & Stitch, Prince of Persia: Warrior Within and The Two Thrones, John Carter of Mars 2-3, and Rose Red
- Walt Disney Pictures Animation: Frozen 2 and a number of unknown projects
- Pixar Animation: Toy Story 4 and a number of unknown projects
- DC Comics Universe: Wonder Woman II, The Batman, Shazam!, Dark Justice League, Suicide Squad 2, Green Lantern Corps, Gotham City Sirens, Teen Titans, Flashpoint, Justice League Sequel, New Gods, Man of Steel 2, Lobo, Batgirl, Doctor Fate, Joker v Quinn, Nightwing, and Zatanna
- Horror: IT: Chapter 2, The Conjuring 3, The Crooked Man, Sandman, Beetlejuice 2, Friday the 13th, A Nightmare on Elm Street, and Freddy vs Jason
- Hanna-Barbara Universe: Scooby, The Flintstones, The Jetsons, Space Stars, Wacky Races, and S.C.O.O.B: Apocalypse
- Live-Action: Edge of Tomorrow 2: Live, Die, Repeat, and Repeat, Mad Max 5, Sherlock Holmes 3, Dungeons and Dragons, Ring of Fire, and The Similarian Trilogy
- Monsterverse: Godzilla: King of the Monsters, Godzilla vs Kong, Gamera, Kong 2, and Rise of Monsters
- Warner Bros Animation: Adventure Time, Ben 10, Tom and Jerry, Loony Tunes, and Bone
- Lego Movie-Verse: The Lego Movie 2-3 and the Lego Monster Movie
- Wizarding World: Fantastic Beasts 3-5
- Dark Universe: The Bride of Frankenstein, The Wolf Man, The Creature from the Black Lagoon, The Invisible Man, The Mummy's Revenge, Van Helsing, Dracula Unborn, and Monster Force
- Illumination: The Secret Life of Pets 2, Sing 2, Minions 2, The Cat in the Hat, Flanimals, The Screaming Staircase, Emily the Strange, Fox in Socks, Pluto, and Despicable Me 4
- Dreamworks: How to Train Your Dragon 3, Everest, The Croods 2, Trolls 2, The Boss Baby 2, Spooky Jack, Puss in Boots: Nine Lives and Forty Thieves, B.O.O., Shrek 5, Shadows, Unimaginary, and Hot Stuff
- Live-Action: Warcraft: Tides of Darkness, Fast/Furious Spinoff, Jurassic World 3, Furious 9-10, Pacific Rim 3, Five Nights at Freddys, Snow White and the Huntsman 3, Skylanders, and Bermuda Triangle
20th Century Fox
- X-Men Universe: Gambit, X-Force, Deadpool 3, New Mutants 2-3, Alpha Flight, X-Men 8, The Exiles, Doctor Doom, and Fantastic Four
- Live-Action: Terminator 6, Zorro Reborn, and Three Dark Crowns
- Avatar: Avatar 2-5
- Blue Sky: Anubis and Mega-Man
- Venomverse: Silver and Black, Venom 2, Spider-Gwen, and Web Warriors
- Live-Action: Spider-Man 2, 007 25, MIB Spinoff, Uncharted, The Crow Reborn, MIB 23, and The Chronicles of Narnia: The Silver Chair
- Sony Pictures Animation: Medusa, Ghostbusters, and Hotel Transylvania 4
- Film Slate: Transformers 6, World War Z 2, Sonic the Hedgehog, SpongeBob 3, Gemini Man, Transformers One, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Ologies, Avengelyne, Dracul, Speed Racer, and The Legend of Korra
This is Paramount's complete film slate save for around eight other confirmed minor films. I believe that Paramount Studios will close its doors for good before 2025.
As you can see, some of the film studios are stronger than ever (Disney, Warner Bros, and Universal), some of the film studios are mediocre (20th Century Fox and Columbia), and one of the film studios is doomed (Paramount). Only time will tell though which film studio will be at the top in ten years, and if any original ideas will eventually appear.
When Paramount closes, I believe Lionsgate will become the next major film studio, it already has a bigger market share than Paramount this year, and Lionsgate is not reliant on franchises.
What did you think? Did I miss any films? Please comment and enjoy!