Pixar and Disney Animation chief John Lasseter has confirmed that their currently untitled film set in the world of aviation has been slated for an April 12th 2019 release.
Clay Hall and Bobs Gannaway helm the film which will borrow the “Cars” aesthetic of sentient vehicles with eyes for windscreens. Unlike DisneyToons’ “Planes” film though, this is set on the forefront of aviation with jets and rocketships capable of high altitude and spaceflight.
Another announcement made during Disney’s D23 panel for its animated works is that the “Frozen” sequel will score a new title, but for now it’s just “Frozen 2”. A new 21-minute short titled “Olaf’s Frozen Adventure” will arrive in theaters alongside Pixar’s “Coco” later this year.
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