What's the next movie on tap?


#1

We haven’t yet seen Wall-E, but I’m curious when the next Disney movie will be out in theatres?


#2

Is there even a next movie yet? I haven’t seen any advetisements yet. Anyone else?


#3

I saw the trailer for Bolt.

Here’s a website with some upcoming movies from Disney.

Coming to Theaters: Upcoming Disney Movies, UltimateDisney.com: The Ultimate Guide to Disney DVD


#4

Frog Princess . . . I have info in an old email! I’ll find it and post it for you guys!


#5

Yeah, I was going to say Bolt too, I believe he is a superhero dog.


#6

I misunderstood the question! :blush: I thought you meant on tap as IN THE WORKS . . . not done and ready to release! Bolt would be that movie . . . the other is in the works!

Here is the link to the article below, there are pictures:
Disney first: black princess in animated film - More news and other features - MSNBC.com

Disney first: black princess in animated film ‘The Frog Princess’ will be set in New Orleans, scored by Randy Newman

Judi Bottoni / AP

NEW ORLEANS - The Walt Disney Co. has started production on an animated musical fairy tale called “The Frog Princess,” which will be set in New Orleans and feature the Walt Disney Studio’s first black princess.

The film, set for release in 2009, also is the first hand-drawn film Disney has committed to since pledging last month to return to the traditional animation that made it a worldwide brand.

“The Frog Princess,” a musical scored by composer Randy Newman, is “an American fairy tale” starring a girl named Maddy who lives in the French Quarter in New Orleans, said John Lasseter, chief creative director for Disney and Pixar Animation Studios.

Disney did not provide details of the plot, but the company showed shareholders preliminary drawings from the movie. Newman and a jazz band played a song from the movie’s score.

Maddy joins eight other Disney princess characters, who have generated $3 billion in global retail sales since 1999. Disney Princesses is the fastest-growing brand for the company’s Consumer Products division.

Disney introduced its first non-white animated heroine in 1992’s “Aladdin”: a Middle Eastern character named Jasmine. Three years later an American Indian princess appeared in “Pocahontas.”

The creation of the Chinese heroine from “Mulan” came in 1998. Other Disney princesses are the main characters from “Cinderella,” “Sleeping Beauty,” “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” “Beauty and the Beast” and “The Little Mermaid.”

Disney aggregated the eight characters in 1999 under the banner Disney Princesses and has rolled out toys, books, clothing, furniture and other merchandise aimed at girls ages 3 to 8.

Disney chief executive Robert Iger said the company wanted to show its support for New Orleans, only partially rebuilt 18 months after it was flooded by Hurricane Katrina, by holding its annual meeting and setting its newest animated film in the city.

“The film’s New Orleans setting and strong princess character give the film lots of excitement and texture,” Walt Disney Studios chairman Dick Cook said.

John Musker and Ron Clements, who co-directed “The Little Mermaid,” “Aladdin” and “Hercules” will co-direct the movie. The pair also wrote the story for the film.


#7

We are going to WDW in 9 days :goofy:
One of my favorite things to do is go to Disney/MGM/Hollywood and go to the animation studio and see what they are working on. I know they moved the actual studio since then, but they did have posters and production items for up coming movies. There was nothing like seeing Mulan and Hercules in pre-production.

I will see what they have in store (I can’t recall if you can bring a camera in there, but we’ll see).