Finally we announced what we all expected: the return of the most adventurous film teacher. Indiana Jones! That’s right, Disney announced the release date for a bunch of anticipated movies. Star Wars: Episode IX, for example, will have its premiere on May 24, 2019. In turn, the fifth installment of the Indiana Jones saga will hit theaters on July 10, 2020, with Harrison Ford again as the protagonist and Steven Spielberg at the address. Previously, it had announced its premiere for the 19 of July but of 2019.
On the other hand, the animated film Ralph the Demolisher 2, whose premier went from March 9, 2018 to November 21 of that year, will also reach the belts after having achieved a great success.
The film A Wrinkle in Time, based on the fantasy novel of the same name, will premiere earlier than expected. The film will debut on March 9, 2018 after being preliminarily announced on April 6 of that year.
Harrison Ford will return to putting on the boots and the hat of the character that made him a movie star in the 70s. Although his role as Han Solo catapulted him to stardom, it was this franchise created by Spielberg and George Lucas that made him a Of the most popular celebrities of the show.
After filming a trilogy with this duo of creators, Ford continued his career through all these years as one of Hollywood’s most profitable action figures. Spy, president and fugitive, there was never a very large or very small role for Harrison.
Most recently Ford met with Disney to be part of the return of the Skywalker saga, in which we saw him return to the role of Han Solo in the film Star Wars: the awakening of force.
Disney also revealed plans to release a live-action The Lion King. The film, directed by Jon Favreau and based on the classic animated, will be released on July 19, 2019.
The sequel to Frozen confirmed its debut for November 27, 2019. Two other projects that also announced its release was the animated film Gigantic for November 25, 2020 and Magic Camp, a real-life comedy that will hit theaters on 6 Of April 2019.
It is said that Ford will re-cast Han Solo one last time in the movie The Last Jedi.