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All you need to know about upcoming Disney Pixar projects!



We are lucky enough to receive more than one Disney title per year. In 2023, we saw "Elemental" and at the end of the year "Wish", while in 2024 we saw on the big screen those films that never made it due to the pandemic: "Soul," "Luca," and "Turning Red."


Despite the numerous annual releases, when it comes to animated films from the American company, we can’t never get enough.


After "Wish," a film released for Disney's 100th anniversary, the next highly anticipated feature film will be "Inside Out 2," ready this summer to win everyone's hearts just like the first installment did in 2015.


But after a dive into Riley's past and mind, where will the next Disney Pixar stories take us?



Some films will, as usual, be available only in theaters, others on Disney+, and in 2024, after a summer with Joy, Sadness, and the other new emotions, another highly anticipated release is another sequel: "Moana 2". Marked on the calendar for November 27, 2024, this film will become one of the "Christmas" Disney films of the year, released during the holiday season. 


However, it won't be the only one, because at the end of the year Disney delights us with two films in theaters. We can also expect "Mufasa," set to be released on December 20, exactly 30 years after the release of the animated film "The Lion King." This film will continue in the same "live-action" style of "The Lion King" released a few years ago and, as the title suggests, it tells the story of Mufasa, Simba's father.


On June 13 next year, it will be Elio's turn, postponed from 2024 to 2025, an animated film directed by Adrian Molina in which an 11-year-old boy becomes the galactic ambassador of Earth following an alien abduction. Also next year, we will see another eagerly awaited sequel in theaters: "Zootopia 2," set to be released on November 26, 2025. Announced as a surprise in 2023, it will be the 55th Disney Classic.


Written by Olga Raimondo

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