Disney Presents Upcoming Films at CineEurope in Barcelona

Disney Presents Upcoming Films at CineEurope in Barcelona

Disney wrapped up the CineEurope event in Barcelona with a presentation of 17 upcoming films. Tony Chambers, Head of Global Theatrical Distribution, began by thanking exhibition for the success of “Avatar: The Way of Water.” James Cameron, the filmmaker behind the Avatar franchise, also sent a message thanking the audience for their partnership and support. Disney is celebrating its 100th anniversary, and Chambers emphasized the studio’s century of iconic storytelling, stating that “stories need to be seen on the big screen.” He also announced that 2023 will be the first year since 2019 that Disney will release a movie from each of its brands.

Highlights of Upcoming Releases

The presentation included footage and trailers from various Disney-owned studios. The Live Action division showcased an extended look at the July release of “Haunted Mansion,” introduced via video by LaKeith Stanfield, Tiffany Haddish, and Rosario Dawson. The audience was also given an early glimpse of the 2024 release of “Snow White” starring Gal Gadot and Rachel Zegler, as well as a first look at next year’s origins story of “Mufasa: The Lion King.”

Pixar’s Pete Docter introduced an extended look at next March’s “Elio” via video. Amy Poehler appeared in a taped message to run down a sizzle for the summer 2024 sequel “Inside Out 2.” Marvel boss Kevin Feige also appeared via video to introduce an exclusive clip of November’s “The Marvels.” He also teased upcoming releases such as 2024’s “Deadpool 3” with Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman and next summer’s “Captain America: Brave New World” with Anthony Mackie taking up the shield.

The presentation also included a look at 20th Century’s “A Haunting in Venice,” starring Kenneth Branagh, who was on hand to introduce the footage. Branagh plays Hercule Poirot in the supernatural thriller, set in Venice’s labyrinthine canals. The audience was also treated to an extended look at Gareth Edwards’ post-apocalyptic thriller “The Creator,” starring John David Washington.

Searchlight Head of Business Operations & International Marketing, Rebecca Keary, showed off footage and trailers for Sundance hit “Theater Camp,” releasing next month, as well as Yorgos Lanthimos’ “Poor Things” with Emma Stone and Taika Waititi’s “Next Goal Wins,” both set for release later this year.

The presentation wrapped up with a look at Lucasfilm’s “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny,” with a pre-taped message from Harrison Ford introducing a clip. The film world premiered at Cannes and is set for release on June 28. The event concluded with a presentation from Walt Disney Animation, featuring “Wish,” an animated musical comedy adventure set for release in November. Jennifer Lee, the writer and executive producer, called the film “a true celebration of everything that Disney stands for.”


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