The franchise spinner still has a bright future ahead of her in Mickey’s kingdom. Last night, Disney CEO Bob Iger announced the production of three new sequels to his most popular licenses, reports Deadline. “Today, I am pleased to announce that our studios animation are preparing sequels to our most popular franchises, Toy Story, Frozen and Zootopia. We’ll say more soon, but it’s a great example of how we need to capitalize on our brands and franchises.” $1 million at the global box office when it was released in 2016. A sequel was long awaited by fans, but only a short series, Zootopia+, premiered on the Disney+ platform in 2022. return in a third installment of Frozen, an obvious bet since the first animated film in the franchise had become the most profitable in history, collecting nearly 1.3 billion dollars worldwide and 2.7 billion for both films. See also on Konbini From Toy Story to Wall-E, here is our ranking of all PixarFinally, more surprisingly, Disney has also announced a fifth Toy Story installment, despite a fourth film presented as the last of the s aga. In total, the franchise will have brought in 3.3 billion dollars since the release of the first installment in 1995. The spin-off devoted to the character of Buzz Lightyear, however, did not meet with the expected success when it was released last year. latest.These announcements come in the context of restructuring at Disney. The Disney+ platform lost 2.4 million subscribers in the last three months of 2022 and the entertainment giant announced that it would cut 7,000 jobs to achieve $5 billion in savings. the first time since the streaming service launched in late 2019 that Disney+, which now has 161.8 million subscribers worldwide, has not gained new subscriptions. The big-eared firm is therefore betting on sure values to try to raise the bar.
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