Disney has a few things in store for the holiday season.
Here are 10 ideas that should make you want to grab a popcorn and get on the airwaves.
Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean: A Nightmare on Blackboard Paradise, Part II Disney’s upcoming live-action Pirates of Blackboard have the makings of a classic, but it’s the live-tweeting that’s truly the highlight.
That means guests can tweet their excitement about what’s going on inside the world of the Pirates of Caribbean, and they can also get involved with the project in real-time by posting comments and photos from the film.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi Disney has announced that it will release the fourth Star Wars movie on December 15.
It will mark the third time in three years that the franchise has made a comeback, and it will be the second of a trilogy of movies following the final Star Wars film in 2019.
The Lego Movie: The Movie The LEGO Movie franchise has been around since the early 2000s, but this is the first time it will hit home video, with fans able to watch the animated feature-length film.
While there are still no details about when it will arrive on Blu-ray and DVD, the Lego Movie is shaping up to be an entertaining and engaging movie.
It has a pretty great cast and a really cool story that ties all the pieces together in a really neat way.
Star Trek: The Original Series: The Animated Series Star Trek has always been a bit of a sleeper hit.
But it’s not the only one.
This new Animated Series from Cartoon Network is shaping it up as a great entry point into the Trek universe.
It features a bunch of different new Trek characters who are all in the same story, and the animated series is going to be a fantastic introduction to the universe.
The LEGO Batman Movie: Lego Movie A lot of people have grown up loving LEGO, and this Lego Batman Movie will likely be a great opportunity to do just that.
The film will be set in the DC Comics universe, and fans will have a chance to interact with a whole bunch of characters that will have an impact on the story.
Disney Junior: Disney Junior’s new cartoon is based on Disney Junior, the same programming platform that Disney has used for a lot of their movies.
That makes this a great way to introduce kids to the show without having to go to the movies.
And if you have a kid with an affinity for animated shorts, this is an excellent place to start.
Marvel’s Thor: Ragnarok The first Thor movie to come out was a huge success, and a lot has changed since then.
Ragnarok is shaping things up in a big way, as Ragnarok is set in Asgard, and Thor is in the guise of Odin, the God of Thunder.
Ragnarok looks like the first step in a long road for the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey The first Hobbit movie to get a release date on home video was way back in 2005, and while it’s a bit hard to pinpoint exactly when it was released, it definitely happened.
The first film to be released on home videos was 2011’s The Hobbit, which was released on DVD.
The sequel to that film, The Hobbit Trilogy, was released in 2015, and The Hobbit film trilogy will see its home video debut in 2019 with The Hobbit in 3D and 3D with 3D glasses.
Star vs. the Forces of Evil: Battle of the Planets It’s hard to tell what to expect from Star vs the Forces, but the first two movies have the potential to be great.
Battle of Planets is set before the events of Battle of Endor, and Star vs The Forces of Destiny was released before the Battle of Yavin.
While this could be an interesting movie to watch, I’m more excited to see what’s next.
StarTrek: Discovery Discovery is one of the few new Star Trek series that is currently airing on television, and that’s no accident.
Discovery is the spinoff of the popular Discovery franchise, and is set on a starship that’s also home to a bunch more characters.
Star Trek: Destiny will introduce the Klingons, the first Romulans, and some of the other alien species, and Discovery will be airing in 2019, which is just over a year away.