A new Disney film series is coming to theaters in 2019, but not in the traditional Disney-friendly way: Disney will be releasing a film series instead.
The Wall Street Review reports that Disney is partnering with Warner Bros. to produce two Disney-inspired animated films.
The first will be called Mulan: The First Snow, which will follow the story of the animated film franchise.
It will be based on the novel by Emma Donoghue, which is based on a book that Disney acquired last year.
Disney will also produce a new film called Frozen: The Story of Olaf, which follows the story about the beloved animated film series.
The book will be released by Random House in 2019.
This will be a new project for Disney, which has been releasing animated movies as well as TV series and movies since the 1970s.
Mulan and Frozen will be Disney’s first animated films in the Disney Animation Studio.
In a press release, Disney CEO Bob Iger described the two films as “a unique new approach to storytelling, bringing together the richly creative worlds of Mulan, Frozen and Frozen Fever.”
“This will not be a sequel to the popular films of the past,” Iger said.
Disney announced a slate of new movies last year, including a remake of the beloved Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. “
This new project combines a wide range of Disney characters and stories to tell a story of an enchanted world that is as enchanting as it is wondrous.”
Disney announced a slate of new movies last year, including a remake of the beloved Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
Frozen: The Musical, an adaptation of the novel that focuses on a young Elsa, was also in development.