Disney CEO Bob Iger stopped by Good Morning America on Thursday to announce that the studio is at the moment creating two new Frozen motion pictures.
The returning chief govt, who celebrates a yr since he got here again to the corporate (and what a yr it’s been), confirmed earlier this yr in an earnings name that the studio was eager on creating new movies from their greatest franchises. As such, Toy Story 5 was formally confirmed, as was a 3rd Frozen and one other Zootopia.
However on GMA, Iger confirmed that it’s not simply the third Frozen, as Jennifer Lee, who directed the primary two movies, is engaged on two new tales in that world.
Lee herself mentioned a really prolific time engaged on the threequel earlier this yr on the London Movie Competition:
“Each morning final week they carved out area for me to work with the inventive crew on it, and I’m blown away and I’m so excited. I don’t know what I’m doing on it but — I’m not doing nothing — besides doing what I do now, which is we work on each mission as as crew and I’m in there with inventive. However with ‘Frozen,’ just a bit bit extra.”
No launch date has been introduced for both movie, so don’t anticipate them for one more couple of years on the earliest. The studio will launch Want subsequent yr, which not solely is their newest animation effort starring Ariana DeBose and Chris Pine, but it surely’s additionally a celebration of 100 years of storytelling.
Subsequent yr, they haven’t introduced their conventional Thanksgiving animated movie but. Pixar is at the moment engaged on Inside Out 2, due out in June.
Miguel Fernández is a Spanish scholar that has motion pictures as his second ardour in life. His favourite film of all time is The Lord of the Rings, however he’s additionally an enormous Star Wars fan. Nonetheless, fantasy motion pictures aren’t his solely cup of tea, as authors like Scorsese, Fincher, Kubrick or Hitchcock have been an obsession for him since he began to know the language of filmmaking. He’s that man who will watch a black and white film, simply because it’s in black and white.