Disney’s reign doesn’t stop, especially when they plan to release 24 movies over the next 24 months.

Earlier this week, the studio announced their lineup for the next 2 years at CinemaCon, and even for such a powerful studio, it still looks ambitious. But all that mean is that between now and 2017, we’ll be spending a lot of time in a dark theater full of strangers.

Here’s what you can expect:

May 1, 2015: Avengers: Age of Ultron

May 22, 2015: Tomorrowland

June 19, 2015: Inside Out

July 17, 2015: Ant-Man

October 16, 2015: Bridge of Spies

November 25, 2015: The Good Dinosaur

December 18, 2015: Star Wars: The Force Awakens

January 29, 2016: The Finest Hours

March 4, 2016: Zootopia

April 15, 2016: The Jungle Book

May 6, 2016: Captain America: Civil War

May 27, 2016: Alice: Through the Looking Glass

June 17, 2016: Finding Dory

July 1, 2016: The BFG

August 12, 2016: Pete’s Dragon

November 4, 2016: Doctor Strange

November 23, 2016: Moana

December 16, 2016: Star Wars Anthology: Rogue One

March 17, 2017: Beauty and the Beast

April 14, 2017: Ghost in the Shell

May 5, 2017: Guardians of the Galaxy 2

May 26, 2017: Star Wars: Episode VIII

June 16, 2017: Toy Story 4

July 17, 2017: Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales

Of course, this lineup includes Walt Disney Pictures, Pixar, LucasFilm, Dreamworks, and Marvel films, but those all fall under the giant umbrella known as Disney.

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve likely heard of mega blockbusters such as Age of Ultron and The Force Awakens, but there are others you should keep an eye out for. Inside Out is a promising animation that stars a girl’s emotions as its characters.

The BFG, originally a classic children’s novel by Roald Dahl, is finally adapted into a film and after more than a decade, the studio is finally getting around to the sequel of Finding Nemo.

We also can’t forget about the series of live-action remakes including Beauty and the Beast, Mulan and Pinocchio — even if some of those are outside their two year timeline.

Be prepared for some Disney domination.

[h/t Daily Dot]