Once again, it’s time to take a look at what next year has to offer us in terms of theatrical animation! Many of us felt that 2017 wasn’t a great year for animation (at least, not for mainstream animation), so we’re hoping that 2018 can make up for it!
Check out my list below of the upcoming theatrical animated films set for release next year! Bear in mind that these are only the animated films with verified US/Canada release dates and that any and all dates are subject to change at any time. Enjoy!
Disney has just announced that their upcoming animated film, Frozen 2, will be released to theaters on November 27, 2019! Also Wreck-It Ralph 2 has been pushed back to November 21, 2018 and Gigantic has been pushed back to November 25, 2020.
Are you all looking forward to a Frozen sequel? How do you feel about the other films being pushed back? I’m actually quite sad that Gigantic won’t come out until 2020!
In exciting news today, Disney has officially announced their new film, Wreck-It Ralph 2. The sequel will have Ralph leave his arcade home and wreck the Internet. It is set to be released on March 9, 2018 pushing Disney’s Gigantic back to November of that year.
Are you excited for this film? I actually really am even though I’m not that fond of the first film! There’s just something about Ralph wrecking the Internet that attracts me!
The day is finally here! We’ve come to the last film in the Disney Canon, hence the last entry of my Disney Canon-Forgotten/Minor Characters Project.
Sigh…well, can’t cry now; we have to get through this. We are in the year 2012 and in the film, “Wreck-It Ralph”.
The film, about a video game bad guy who wants to be treated better by his good guy game companions, became a HUGE success at the box office and with critics and was even nominated for the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature. I won’t discuss the plot of the film, since pretty much everybody’s seen it, so let’s go straight to our forgotten/minor character. Continue reading “Disney Canon-Forgotten/Minor Characters #52: Markowski”
Well, the Disney feature won 5 awards including “Best Animated Feature” and “Voice Acting in a Feature Production (Alan Tudyk as King Candy)”! I still have yet to see this film, and all this hype just makes me want to see it more!
Well, Disney’s “Wreck-It Ralph” is the obvious victor of this weekend’s box office with an incredible $49.1 million! The critics are also agog with glee and pure commendation of the film (hence its mention on this blog, lol); a rare feat for current Disney! Does this predicted success of “Wreck-It Ralph” indicate a 2nd rise of Disney Animation i.e. a 2nd Renaissance per se? If so, where did it start from? Would “Tangled” be considered the starting point of this era of critic and common folk support and praise? Or would one consider the post-Pixar acquisition films as the starting point, i.e. “Bolt”? Whatever the case, “Wreck-It Ralph” is certainly on my list of films to see!