THE CINEMATIC cupboard is so stocked at Disney that the company is jostling and locking down dates for 19 films through the next five years.

In the Pixar realm, Disney is announcing today that “Cars 3” will open two summers from now, and “The Incredibles 2” will land in 2019. “Coco” will still open in 2017, but “Toy Story 4” will now open in the summer of 2018 — one year later than previously planned.

On the Marvel side, “Ant-Man and the Wasp” — the sequel to this year’s midsummer hit — will arrive in July 2018; “Black Panther” moves from that slot up to February of 2018; and “Captain Marvel” moves up to March of 2018 — just three weeks after “Black Panther.” Three additional MCU films — not yet named — are scheduled for 2020.

And Disney’s animated “Gigantic” arrives in March of 2018.

Disney announced today, too, that the company has topped $4-billion in worldwide box office, six weeks earlier than its previous best, according to industry trades. Disney’s biggest hits this year have included Marvel’s “Avengers: Age of Ultron” ($1.4-billion globally) and Pixar’s “Inside Out” (nearly $800-million global).

Here are other Disney dates:

· Dec. 22, 2017: Untitled Disney Fairy Tale (live action).

· Nov. 2, 2018: Untitled Disney Fairy Tale (live action).

· March 29, 2019: Untitled Disney Fairy Tale (live action).

· April 12, 2019: Untitled DisneyToon Studios.

· Nov. 8, 2019: Untitled Disney Fairy Tale (live action).

· March 13, 2020: Untitled Pixar Animation.

· June 19, 2020: Untitled Pixar Animation.

· Nov. 25, 2020: Untitled Disney Animation.