The official logo for the fifth installment to the popular pirate series was unveiled, along with the casting news that both Orlando Bloom and Geoffrey Rush will return.
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales is set for a July 7, 2017 release.
At D23, the official theatrical poster for the hotly anticipated Star Wars was unveiled!
Director J.J. Abrams also revealed the runtime for Star Wars: The Force Awakens is currently sitting at 2 hours and 4 minutes.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens arrives December 18th.
Walt Disney Studios has unveiled the official logo for Pete's Dragon.
The film is a reboot of 1970's music and will revolve around Bryce Dallas Howard playing a park ranger, in this adaption Pete is a feral child kept alive by his dragon.
Yes there is a new adaption on its way, and the first poster has been unveiled!
The Jungle Book is based on the original story by Rudyard Kipling and inspired by Disney's 1967 animated adaptation and will follow similarly along the same lines.
A new logo was dropped (above) at the Disney D23 Expo, along with actual footage from the film which revealed Iron Man & Captain America go head-to-head!
Keep your eyes peeled for when that footage drops... Captain America: Civil War opens on May 6, 2016.
The first concept art for the upcoming film adaption of Marvel's Doctor Strange was unveiled at the D23 Expo.
Benedict Cumberbatch is set to play the mustache & cape-cladded Marvel sorcerer. Cumberbatch said on landing the role, "He's an extraordinary character and brings in a whole 'nother dimension - multiple dimensions - to the Marvel Universe."
Marvel's Doctor Strange will hit theaters November 4, 2016.
OMG! The first ever photo from the hotly anticipated sequel to Finding Nemo – Finding Dory has finally arrived and shows Dory trapped in a fish-tank alongside an octopus?
Not any octopus though, as he will be played played by Married...With Children star Ed O'Neill.
Seriously it's like we are all going back to childhood right now. Finding Dory opens June 17, 2016...
This one is a new Pixar project that was announced at the Expo.
"The film is inspired by the Mexican holiday Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, and follows a 12-year-old boy named Miguel. Living in rural Mexico, he discovers a family mystery that change his fate forever."
Coco is set for a 2017 release.
The toys will return for a fourth adventure, and will hit theatres sometime in 2017.
Disney's John Lasseter also revealed that "It's a love story with Woody and—and this is news—Bo Peep!"
As to why they chose to focus on Bo Peep this time around, Lasseter said, "We never got to know her backstory. She wasn’t in 'Toy Story 3 at all, so it really set us up nicely for her to come back. It’s a very special story. It’s very important to me because we’re trying to build Bo Peep into a very strong character.”
The official logo was revealed and we cannot be anymore excited.
What adventures will the family battle next you ask? The plot will revolve around "The story will be set about 11 years from the first part and will see the kids becoming the next superheroes and the youngest son of the family Jack-Jack as one of the main villains of the movie."
Brad Bird will also again direct the family of misfit heroes and will likely be released in 2017 or 2018.