Watching all the brand-new Disney movies as they debuted in theaters and on television was the highlight of our childhoods, but the joy doesn't have to end when we reach adulthood. This year, The House of Mouse will release a number of new motion pictures, including live-action renditions of its classic tales like The Little Mermaid and action-packed films from Marvel like The Marvels and Guardians of the Galaxy: Volume 3. Additionally, Pixar, the adored animation studio owned by Disney, is releasing some brand-new content that is certain to touch our hearts. Let's take a look at some most awaited Disney Movies coming up to cinema 2023!
#1. Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania (February 17)
The third "Ant-Man" film, which was directed by Peyton Reed, began the year and the subsequent period of Marvel movies and TV shows. After the events of "Avengers: Endgame," Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) has become obsessed with saving the planet. He received a book deal as a result of his love of telling his family about how he helped fight Thanos. Up until Cassie (Kathryn Newton), Scott's daughter, accidentally sends Scott, Hope (Evangeline Lily), and her parents Hank (Michael Douglas) and Janet (Michelle Pfeiffer) into the Quantum Realm, where they encounter the perilous Kang (Jonathan Majors), who was first introduced in "Loki), everything is going according to plan.
#2. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 (May 5)
Following a grieving Peter Quill (Chris Pratt), who is still processing the death of Gamora in "Avengers: Infinity War," and realizing that the Gamora who exists isn't the lady he loved, the third and concluding installment of James Gunn's "Guardians" trilogy will follow him. The Guardians are facing a new threat to the universe, which, if Peter is not focused, might lead to their demise. Peter needs to gather himself. The initial official trailer gave the impression that every single Guardian was in peril. We anticipate that the third installment will introduce Adam Warlock (Will Poulter) and the High Evolutionary (Chukwudi Iwuji) while mostly concentrating on Rocket Raccoon.
#3. The Little Mermaid (May 26)
Here are all the information fans need to know about the upcoming live-action adaptation of The Little Mermaid, the following animated Disney classic. Disney masterpieces have been the primary targets of the recent tendency in the film business to remake animated films in live-action. While some films, such as Cruella and Maleficent, have explored the original origins of well-known villains, others are more direct adaptations of the animated film's original plot. The mermaid princess Ariel is described as falling in love with a human and his home earth in this tale. She gives up her voice to become a human in order to be with him. It's hardly unexpected that The Little Mermaid became a target of the live-action movement since it was a success upon release and continues to be a cherished Disney film.
#4. Elemental (June 16)
In essence, the most recent poster emphasizes many of the elements of the movie that were initially highlighted in the whole Elemental trailer. The movie's eccentric supporting cast is hinted at in the image, which also confirms that Ember and Wade and their developing boundary-pushing romance will be at the core of the narrative. The poster also gives indications about each supporting character's unique personality. In true Pixar style, each supporting character has a distinctive and unforgettable appearance.
#5. Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny (June 30)
In the much anticipated fifth "Indiana Jones" movie, Harrison Ford makes one last appearance. Following Indy and his goddaughter Helena (Phoebe Waller-Bridge) as they battle against ex-Nazis working for NASA to aid in the space race, the sequel appears to drop some of the characters from the fourth movie. "Dial of Destiny," the first installment in the series that isn't directed or scripted by Steven Spielberg or George Lucas, is directed by James Mangold ("Logan"). Additionally included are Mads Mikkelsen, John Rhys-Davies, and Antonio Banderas.
#6. Haunted Mansion (July 28)
The new teaser video for this summer's "Haunted Mansion" film shows a vintage Disney theme park attraction come to life, and it seems to have some creepy thrills in store. Rosario Dawson, who plays the title character, is heard saying, "This house has a way of playing tricks on you," in the trailer released by the production company on Thursday.
In the movie, Dawson and newcomer Chase Dillion play a mother-son team who hire "so-called spiritual experts" to assist them in kicking some "supernatural squatters" out of their new haunted house.
#7. The Marvels (November 10)
The Marvels, the long-awaited Captain Marvel (Brie Larson) comeback, addresses a major grievance over her prior appearances. Captain Marvel is returning for a new adventure in The Marvels after making her MCU debut in her solo film back in 2019 and making a few cameos in other films. In this film, she will reunite with Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris) and meet Kamala Khan (Iman Vellani), with whom she will have to work together to solve a few mysteries while also running into the villain Dar-Benn (Zawe Ashton).
#8. Wish (November 22)
There have been several statements regarding the release date, cast, plot information, and trailer for Disney's Wish, the studio's 62nd animated feature. Wish, a forthcoming children's animated film in the tradition of Moana and Encanto uses a brand-new animation technique that hasn't been used by Disney before, fusing the traditional watercolor appearance of two-dimensional films with computer animation. In the movie Wish, a little girl named Asha makes a wish on a star to rescue her country, and the desire actually sends a star hurtling toward the planet. Wish is an innovative idea that pays homage to Disney's trademark enchantment and castles. Prior to Wish, Disney released the box office dud Strange World in late November 2022 (according to Box Office Mojo).
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