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All the movie/TV news we learned from Marvel, Lucasfilm and more – Deadline

All the movie/TV news we learned from Marvel, Lucasfilm and more – Deadline

Disney’s film and television studios, including Marvel Studios, Lucasfilm, Walt Disney Studios, Pixar and Walt Disney Animation Studios, 20th Century Studios and Disney Branded Television, revealed plenty of news at the D23 Expo, held from 9 to September 11 in Anaheim, adjacent to Disneyland. Convention Center.

Highlights included panels packed with the actors and creatives behind nearly every major Disney property, giving fans a new perspective on everything from indiana jones 5 a disenchantedY Black Panther: wakanda forever a The little Mermaid. Included in the presentations were new announcements, including Disney Animation’s ambitious next project. Desirestarring Ariana DeBose and Christian Slater joining the Willow Redo.

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The biennial exhibit comes as Disney kicks off its centennial celebrations in 2023.

Below is the summary of what’s new. Click on the links to read Deadline’s coverage.

D23: Complete Deadline Coverage

LIVE ACTION MOVIE

Theatrical

Wonderful

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania: The crowd saw new footage from the third part starring Paul Rudd, Kathryn Newton, Evangeline Lilly and Jonathan Majors. It opens on February 17 in theaters.

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever: The crowd was thrilled with the images of the sequel to the MCU starring Angela Bassett as Ramonda. It opens on November 11 in theaters.

Captain America: New World Order: Shira Haas and Tim Blake Nelson have joined the cast of the sequel starring Anthony Mackie. It hits theaters on May 3, 2024.

Fantastic four: Kevin Feige has confirmed that Matt Shakman will direct the reboot movie which will hit theaters on November 8, 2024.

Ray: Several castings have been announced for the film directed by Jake Schreier that will close Phase 5 of the MCU on July 26, 2024. They include David Harbour, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Wyatt Russell, Florence Pugh, Sebastian Stan, Hannah John-Kamen and Olga . Kurylenko.

lucasfilm

indiana jones 5: A trailer was shown to the crowd for the fifth installment in the lucrative 41-year-old franchise. Star Harrison Ford addressed the room and also revealed that this will be the last time he plays America’s favorite archaeologist. “I’m done,” he said. “I will never fall in love with you again.”

Willow: A new trailer for the reimagining of the 1988 fantasy classic was shown, and Christian Slater was revealed as a cast member. He joins an ensemble that includes Warwick Davis, Joanne Whalley, Ruby Cruz, Erin Kellyman, Ellie Bamber, Dempsey Bryk, Amar Chadha-Patel and Tony Revolori.

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20th century

Avatar: The Way of Water: The crowd was treated to a plethora of footage from James Cameron’s long-in-development sequel to one of the highest-grossing movies of all time.

Disney live action

Mufasa: The Lion King: The title of the prequel was announced and a sneak peek was shown in theater. It will premiere in 2024.

The little Mermaid: New trailer revealed. The release date is summer 2023.

Disney+

Hocus Pocus 2: New trailer revealed for the sequel that premieres exclusively on Disney+ starting September 30.

disenchanted: First trailer for the sequel that premieres exclusively on Disney+ starting November 24.

Peter Pan and Wendy: It will premiere on Disney+ in 2023.

ANIMATED FILM

Theatrical

Elementary: Lead actors revealed and Pixar film release date set for June 16.

Elio: Pixar’s new feature film about 11-year-old dreamer Elio (Yonas Kibreab) will also star America Ferrera. Adrian Molina is the director and Mary Alice Drumm is the producer. The plot: Elio he is artistic, creative and an avid interior designer who finds it hard to fit in. Meanwhile, Mama Olga, who runs a top-secret military project, is working to decode a strange signal from outer space. But she is Elio whoever makes contact is transported into space and is subsequently mistaken for an intergalactic Ambassador from Earth. It will be released in the spring of 2024.

Reverse 2: Pixar sequel confirmed with the return of Amy Poehler. Summer 2024 release scheduled.

Strange world: New trailer released for the Disney Animation feature film. It opens in theaters on November 23.

Desire: Walt Disney Animation Studio’s next original feature film is revealed as it’s set for a fall 2023 release. Directors Chris Buck and Fawn Veerasunthorn outlined the story, which takes place in Roses, the kingdom of wishes where wishes can literally come true. It centers on Asha (Ariana DeBose), a 17-year-old girl who makes an impassioned plea to the stars, only to be answered by a cosmic force, a small ball of limitless energy called Star. Together, they face the most formidable of foes. to save his community and show that when the will of a brave human connects with the magic of the stars, wonderful things can happen. Alan Tudyk will voice a goat named Valentino. Julia Michaels is writing all the songs. The film is written by Jennifer Lee; Peter Del Vecho produces and Juan Pablo Reyes co-produces.

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Fall Premiere Dates for New and Returning TV Series on Broadcast, Cable and Broadcast

TV

Wonderful

Iron heart: Shakira Barrera joins the cast of the Disney+ series starring Dominique Thorne as Riri Williams. The release date is TBA.

secret invasion: Full trailer for the Disney+ series starring Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury that premieres in 2023.

Armor Wars: Don Cheadle reprises his role as Colonel James Rhodes in a standalone series that will show the character in a whole new light. The release date is TBA.

Loki: Ke Huy Quan joins the cast of Season 2 of the Disney+ series starring Tom Hiddleston, Owen Wilson, and Sophia Di Martino. Production is underway, but the release date is TBA.

Echo: Cast members Alaqua Cox, Vincent D’Onofrio, Devery Jacobs, Graham Greene, Cody Lightning and Chaske Spencer provided a special look at the upcoming series that also stars Tantoo Cardinal and Zahn McClarnon. The release date is TBA.

Daredevil: Born Again: Kevin Feige and his co-star Vincent D’Onofrio discussed the upcoming Disney+ series and were eager to talk about the new Disney+ series starring Charlie Cox. Production will start in 2023.

Werewolf at night: The Halloween-themed show starring Gael Garcia Bernal and Laura Donnelly, Marvel Studios’ first television special, has been revealed, along with a trailer and an October 7 premiere date on Disney+.

lucasfilm

Andor: The final trailer for the Disney+ series starring Pedro Pascal was released. the Star Wars The universe drama premieres September 21 on Disney+.

The Mandalorian: A trailer for Season 3 of the Disney+ series starring Pedro Pascal was released.

Star Wars: The Bad Batch: Disney+ Season 2 Star Wars The animated series of the universe about the elite and the experimental clones of Bad Batch has been postponed from September 28 to January 4.

Tales of the Jedi: The short-form animated anthology series set in the Star Wars universe revealed the first trailer and a premiere date for October 26.

Disney+

Chinese born American: First look at the original series from Disney Branded Television and 20th Television. To be released in 2023.

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Big shot: Season 2 episodes of Disney Branded Television and the ABC Signature series starring John Stamos will premiere on October 12.

Iwaju: The new long-form original series created in collaboration with pan-African comics entertainment company Kugali will air in 2023. Kugali filmmakers Olufikayo Ziki Adeola, Hamid Ibrahim and Tolu Olowofoyeku presented the setting for the series: a love letter to Lagos , Nigeria. .

Muppet Mayhem: The Disney Branded Television and ABC Signature comedy series is coming to the streamer in 2023.

National Treasure: Edge of History: Trailer release for Disney Branded Television and ABC Signature original series set to premiere with two episodes on December 14.

Graduation Pact: First look at the new Disney Branded Television movie.

The Proud Family – Stronger and Prouder: Season 2 premieres in February. New trailer shown.

Santa clauses: First look trailer released for the original series starring Tim Allen, from Disney Branded Television and 20th Television. It opens on November 16.

Win or lose: Pixar’s first long-form series announced that Will Forte will join the voice cast. Broadcasts on Disney+ in fall 2023.

Zootopia+: The new trailer for the short-form series is shown. It launches on Disney+ on November 9.

New unscripted holiday specials

Better in the snow: Presented by Tituss Burgess, with teams from around the world transported to a magical snow town, Snowdome, and thrown into spirited competition to compete for the title of Best in Snow. No release date set.

Pentatonix: Around the World for the Holidays: A cappella superstar group Pentatonix are struggling to find inspiration for their annual holiday album, and the clock is ticking. No release date set.

The Hip-Hop Nutcracker: Run-DMC’s Rev Run brings us a hip-hop reimagining of The Nutcracker ballet set in New York City. No release date set.

disney channel

Marvel’s Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur: The first trailer for the Disney Television Animation series was unveiled, revealing that it added Alison Brie to the guest voice cast. Debuts February 10 and later on Disney+.

Secretly 2: The sequel from Disney Branded Television and MarVista Entertainment premieres on September 25 (streaming on Disney+ on September 30).

Disney Junior

Star Wars: Young Jedi Adventures: Jamaal Avery Jr. and Emma Berman have joined the cast of Lucasfilm’s animated series set for release in 2023.

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