It’s official – sister duo Anna and Elsa are returning to our screens in the hotly anticipated ‘Frozen 2’! Disney has just announced that their latest sequel will hit cinemas on November 27 2019, meaning there’s another ‘Let It Go’ anthem in the works.
As exciting as this may be however, the release date is still a long way off. Fortunately, the animation studios have many more films coming out later this year to keep us going until then, promising to continue the success of Disney’s latest live-action Beauty and the Beast.
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales – May 26th
The fifth film in this franchise sees the return of Orlando Bloom alongside Johnny Depp as the infamous Jack Sparrow, attempting to dodge an old rival Armando Salazar. Along the way, Jack seeks out the Trident of Poseidon which promises to grant him total control over the seas.
Cars 3 – July 14th
Lightning McQueen is back for a third time in Pixar’s latest summer serving. Our favourite four-wheeled hero attempts to prove to a new generation of automobiles that he’s still the hottest racer on the track after suffering a devastating crash.
Coco – November 22nd
Taking a break from what is a seemingly endless stream of sequels, Pixar brings us the original tale of Miguel, a 12 year old who dreams of being a famous musician despite his family’s ban on music. However the young boy gets transported into the Land of the Dead, inspired by a traditional Mexican holiday ‘Día de Muertos,’ where he meets his ancestors and must find his way back to the Land of the Living before time runs out.
Cruella – December 22nd 2017
Very little has been revealed about this live-action story, taking inspiration from the original ‘101 Dalmations’ movie, but it has been confirmed that Emma Stone will star as lead. If her success in ‘La La Land’ is anything to go by, we’re sure they’ll be recreating the iconic Cruella de Vil musical number here for the big screen.
Edited by Jenine Tudtud