3 Must-Watch Disney Movies In 2019 so far

Disney movies can always relive the unforgettable childhood memories with the audience, or bring endless happiness and imagination to the children. This year, Disney has also launched many amazing movies as always. Come and see if you’ve watched these movies yet?
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🎬 Aladdin

  • When you see action maestro Guy Ritchie’s name attached to a Disney production, you know you’ve entered a whole new world. Ritchie, a visionary whose love of slow-motion bullet time runs deep, will direct this magic carpet ride starring Will Smith as the Genie and Mena Massoud and Naomi Scott as Aladdin and Jasmine.

 


🎬 Toy Story 4

  • We’re not crying, you’re crying—actually, everybody’s crying. If the news of Tom Hanks and Tim Allen getting emotional overwrapping the fourth (and final?) chapter of the toy-box series is any indication, we’re going to need a squeegee to mop up all the tears as we join Buddy, Jessie, and newbie Forky on an animated road trip.

 


🎬 The Lion King

  • Pride Rock will soon be covered with the creatures of the animal kingdom again, as Jon Favreau is rebooting the beloved animated classic about a lion cub who becomes king. Though it’s called live-action, all of the critters will be CGI-created, and voices include entertainment royalty: Beyoncé and Donald Glover.

 

⬇️Here’s are the movies that Disney will launch in the near future. It’s time to start salivating.


🎬 Frozen II

  • When it comes to the tight-lipped storyline and rumors swirling around this much-anticipated sequel, we say, let it go! At this point, there’s simply just not that much we can tell you about your favorite Arendelle royals. The same directing and composing crews are back, and Sterling K. Brown and Evan Rachel Wood are joining the team—though details of their characters remain under wraps.
  • In theaters November 22.

🎬 Star Wars: Episode IX

  • In a galaxy far, far away, director J.J. Abrams will bring the Skywalker saga to a close. Adam Driver as Kylo Ren, Daisy Ridley as Rey, and John Boyega as Finn are all returning; new faces include Keri Russell and Naomi Ackie. It should make for quite the light show, so make sure your lightsabers are fully charged.
  • In theaters December 20.