How long, on average, does one have to wait for a new Stanley Kubrick movie?

Lately, about five years is how often a new Stanley Kubrick movie is released.

In Kubrick’s early period, from Fear and Desire (1953) to Dr. Strangelove, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964), an average of 1.8 years passed between release of Kubrick’s films.

From Dr. Strangelove to Full Metal Jacket (1987), the average has been 4.6 years.