Disney CEO Bob Iger has announced that sequels to Toy Story, Frozen, and Zootopia are coming.
Making a statement about the company’s last quarter of the year, Disney CEO Bob Iger said that they are working on the sequels of the popular animated series Toy Story and Frozen, as well as the 2016 production Zootropolis: City of Animals (Zootopia), which performed very well at the box office. explained.
All of the animations mentioned are productions that have achieved significant box office success around the world and are loved by the audience.
Achievements of The Movies
Released in 2013, the first film in the series, Frozen, won two Oscars, including Best Animated Feature and Let It Go by Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez. Frozen 2’s song Into the Unknown was nominated for Best Original Song at the 2020 Oscars.
Toy Story animation is about little boy Andy, who loves collecting toys and values his toys, and his toys come to life with his cowboy toy Woody and embark on new adventures. Toy Story has grossed $1.073 billion worldwide. Also, the fourth film in the series, Randy Newman’s original song I Can’t Let You Throw Yourself Away was nominated for an Oscar in the category of Best Song, while it went on to win an Oscar for Best Animated Feature.
Zootopia tells the story of their involvement in a mysterious case with police officer Judy Hopps and Nick Wilde the fox, who get the opportunity to prove herself. The animated film, reached a global revenue of 1.026 billion dollars, and in 2017 it won the Oscar for the Best Animated Feature Film.