Die-hard followers of movies by the Walt Disney Company are surely looking forward to the start of 2019.
The theaters are expected to be filled with wholesome film enthusiasts of all ages as they relish the new projects produced by the entertainment giant.
They can look forward to a series of new remakes, more family-favorite sequels, and action-packed superhero films.
Premiering on the first week of March is “Captain Marvel.” This Disney release will be the first instance that a female heroine would be on the lead of a Marvel movie.
Brie Larson takes on the role of Captain Marvel and Carol Danver, a former Air Force fighter pilot and a component of the elite military group, Starforce.
In May, millennial parents can surely relate to the upcoming live-action rendition of “Aladdin.” Re-imagining the story, this Disney animated musical classic was a commercial success in 1992.
The original songs and characters will still be featured in this 2019 version. As the summer season ushers in, fans of “Toy Story 4” will be delighted to see the group of extraordinary and outlandish playthings go out on a road trip.
For “Spider-Man” enthusiasts, Peter Parker comes to theaters again on the first week of July. “Spider-Man: Far from Home” is planned as the follow-up to last year’s “Spider-Man: Homecoming.”
“Brokeback Mountain” actor Jake Gyllenhaal will portray Mysterio, a new character who will be introduced in the movie.
Beyoncé’s fans will be excited to see her as she voices Nala. She is the childhood best friend of Simba in the film “The Lion King,” which was a blockbuster Disney animated musical movie in 1994.
The upcoming live-action remake will be released in cinemas on July 19, 2019. In time for Thanksgiving 2019, the highly anticipated follow-up to 2013’s box-office hit “Frozen” will surely delight fans of the enchanting and highly amusing Elsa, Anna, and Olaf.
Finally, a Christmas present from Disney comes with the release of “Star Wars: Episode IX.” New characters like Kylo Ren, Rey, Poe, and Finn will certainly excite followers on the third and last installment of the “Star Wars” sequel trilogy.
On Monday, the Walt Disney Studios reportedly achieved roughly $7 billion in total for its international box office. The company previously reached this milestone in 2016.