The Disney Movies In Order – Every Classic Ever Made! (February 2023)

Once upon a time, in a magical kingdom far, far away, there was a man with a dream. His name was Walt Disney, and he had a vision of creating an entertainment empire that would captivate the world. From the early days of Mickey Mouse to the modern masterpieces of Frozen and Moana, Walt Disney movies have been enchanting audiences for almost a century. 

But what exactly is the order of these timeless tales? Join us on a journey through the history of Disney animation as we explore the chronology of the beloved films that have brought joy and wonder to generations of fans around the globe. Whether you’re a die-hard Disney enthusiast or a curious newcomer, prepare to be swept away by the magic of the Walt Disney Animated Classics.

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is one of the most famous classic Disney movies. The first feature-length animated movie, tells the story of Snow White, a princess forced to flee from her evil stepmother and take refuge with seven kind-hearted dwarfs. Its stunning animation and memorable music have made it a beloved classic.

Release Date: December 21, 1937


  • Adriana Caselotti (Snow White)
  • Lucille La Verne (Queen)
  • Harry Stockwell (Prince)

Pinocchio (1940)

Pinocchio is a 1940 Disney animated film about a wooden puppet who dreams of becoming a real boy. Along the way, he faces challenges such as temptation, deception, and danger. The film is known for its groundbreaking animation, memorable characters, and memorable songs like “When You Wish Upon a Star.”

Release Date: February 23, 1940


  • Dickie Jones (Pinocchio)
  • Mel Blanc (Gideon)
  • Christian Rub (Gepetto).

Fantasia (1940)

Fantasia is a 1940 animated film from Disney that features a collection of eight segments, each set to a different piece of classical music. The segments are not connected by a single narrative but are instead a series of abstract, non-verbal visual interpretations of the music.

Release Date: November 13, 1940


  • Walt Disney (Mickey Mouse)
  • Nigel De Brulier (Yed Sid)
  • Julieta Novis (Soloist in ‘Ave Maria’)

Dumbo (1941)

Dumbo is a 1941 Disney animated film about a young elephant with big ears who learns to fly. The film follows Dumbo’s journey as he overcomes bullying and adversity with the help of his mouse friend, Timothy. Dumbo is known for its touching story, memorable songs, and groundbreaking animation techniques

Release Date: October 23, 1941


  • Hall Johnson (Crow Chorus)
  • Dorothy Scott (Elephant)
  • Chuck Stubbs (Boy)

Bambi (1942)

Bambi is a 1942 animated movie by Disney that tells the story of a young deer’s life in the forest. From his birth and first steps to his growing up and learning about the world around him, Bambi experiences the joys and challenges of life with his animal friends, including a skunk named Flower and a rabbit named Thumper.

Release Date: August 21, 1942


  • Donnie Dunaqan (Bambi)
  • Sterling Holloway (Flower)
  • Peter Behn (Thumper)

Saludos Amigos (1943)

The film features the beloved Disney movie characters Donald Duck and Goofy, who interact with locals and learn about the people, customs, and music of the region. While the film lacks a cohesive narrative, it offers a charming and educational experience that was aimed at fostering goodwill between the United States and its South American neighbors during World War II.

Release Date: February 6, 1943


  • Fred Shields (narrator)
  • Jose Oliveira (Joe’ Carioca)
  • Stuart Buchanan (Flight attendant)

The Three Caballeros (1945)

The Three Caballeros is a 1945 Disney movie that follows Donald Duck on a trip through Latin America, joined by his friends José Carioca and Panchito. The film combines animation with live-action footage and features a series of musical numbers and comedic sketches, making it an entertaining and colorful experience.

Release Date: February 3, 1945


  • Clarence Nash (Donald Duck)
  • José do Patrocínio Oliveira (José Carioca)
  • Joaquin Garay (Panchito Pistoles)

Make Mine Music (1946)

Make Mine Music (1946) is one of the best animated Disney movies that consists of ten unrelated musical segments. The film features a range of musical styles and animation techniques, from classical music to swing, and includes a mix of comedic and sentimental moments.

Release Date: April 20, 1946


  • Nelson Eddy (Narrator) 
  • Laverne Andrews (Andrews Sister)
  • Maxene Andrews (Andrews Sister) 

Fun and Fancy Free (1947)

Fun and Fancy Free (1947) is a Disney movie that combines two short films, “Bongo” and “Mickey and the Beanstalk.” The film features beloved Disney characters, including Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck, and offers a mix of humor, adventure, and musical numbers. The movie is aimed at younger audiences and is a fun and lighthearted experience.

Release Date: September 27, 1947


  • Cliff Edwards (Jiminy Cricket)
  • Anita Gordon (Singing Harp)
  • Billy Gilbert (Willie the Giant)

Melody Time (1948)

Melody Time is a 1948 Disney animated movie that consists of seven musical segments. The film features a range of musical styles, from folk and jazz to western and swing, and includes a mix of live-action and animation. Each segment tells a unique story, showcasing different characters and settings, such as a feisty girl who tames a wild stallion and a mischievous bee who causes havoc in a honey factory.

Release Date: May 27, 1948


  • Dennis Day (Johnny)
  • Buddy Clark (Singer)
  • Bobby Driscoll (Pecos Bill)

The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad (1949)

The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad is a 1949 animated film. It consists of two segments, based on classic stories – “The Wind in the Willows” by Kenneth Grahame and “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” by Washington Irving. The film features classic Disney animation and catchy songs, as well as memorable characters and thrilling adventures that have made it a beloved classic for generations.

Release Date: October 5, 1949


  • Eric Blore (Mr. Toad)
  • John McLeish (Prosecutor)
  • Claud Allister (Ratty)

Cinderella (1950)

One of the most famous disney movies till now. It tells the story of a kind-hearted young woman named Cinderella, who is mistreated by her wicked stepmother and stepsisters. Despite her hardships, Cinderella remains hopeful and dreams of a better life, and her fate changes when she meets her Fairy Godmother. With the help of some magic, Cinderella attends the royal ball and falls in love with the handsome Prince Charming.

Release Date: February 15, 1950


  • Illene Woods (Cinderella)
  • Eleanor Audley (Lady Tremaine)
  • Verna Felton (Fairy Godmother)

Alice in Wonderland (1951)

Alice in Wonderland, one of the most popular fantasy adventure Disney movies is based on Lewis Carroll’s classic novel. The story follows Alice, a young girl who falls down a rabbit hole and finds herself in a magical and bizarre world filled with strange creatures and eccentric characters. Throughout her journey, Alice must navigate through the absurdity of Wonderland and overcome various obstacles in order to find her way home.

Release Date: July 26, 1951


  • Kathryn Beaumont (Alice)
  • Ed Wynn (Hatter)
  • Sterling Holloway (Cheshire Cat)

Peter Pan (1953)

The film tells the story of the adventurous Peter Pan, a mischievous boy who never grows up and can fly, as he whisks away the Darling children to the magical world of Neverland. In NeverLand, the children encounter a host of colorful characters, including the mischievous Tinker Bell, the villainous Captain Hook, and the friendly Native American tribe.

Release Date: February 5, 1953


  • Bobby Driscoll (Peter Pan)
  • Kathryn Beaumont (Wendy Darling)
  • Hans Conried (Captain Hook)

Lady and the Tramp (1955)

The film follows the story of Lady, a pampered cocker spaniel from an upper-class family, and Tramp, a stray mutt from the wrong side of the tracks. When Lady’s owners go away on a trip, she finds herself out on the streets and in need of Tramp’s help to survive.

Release Date: June 22, 1955


  • Peggy Lee (Darling)
  • Barbara Luddy (Lady)
  • Bill Baucom (Trusty)

Sleeping Beauty (1959)

The film tells the story of Princess Aurora, who is cursed by the wicked fairy Maleficent to fall into a deep sleep on her 16th birthday, only to be awakened by true love’s kiss. It is one of the best romantic Disney movies.

Release Date: January 29, 1959


  • Mary Costa (Briar Rose)
  • Eleanor Audley (Maleficent)
  • Barbara Luddy (Merryweather)

One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961)

The film tells the story of Pongo and Perdita, two Dalmatians who embark on a daring rescue mission when their puppies are stolen by the evil Cruella de Vil, who intends to turn them into fur coats. This sort of Disney movies are suitable for all age groups.

Release Date: January 25, 1961


  • Cate Bauer (Perdita)
  • Rod Taylor (Pongo)
  • Lisa Davis (Anita Radcliffe)

The Sword in the Stone (1963)

The movie is based on the novel “The Once and Future King” by T.H. White. The film tells the story of a young King Arthur, known as Wart, who is mentored by the wise wizard Merlin and learns valuable life lessons through a series of magical adventures.

Release Date: December 25, 1963


  • Karl Swenson (Merlin)
  • Junius Mathews (Archimedes)
  • Martha Wentworth (Madam Mim)

The Jungle Book (1967)

The film tells the story of Mowgli, a young boy raised by wolves in the jungle, who embarks on a journey of self-discovery and adventure with the help of his animal friends, including the lovable bear Baloo and the strict panther Bagheera. The film’s enduring popularity has inspired numerous adaptations and a live-action remake in 2016.

Release Date: October 18, 1967


  • Bruce Reitherman (Mowgli)
  • Sebastian Cabot (Bagheera)
  • Phil Harris (Baloo)

The Aristocats (1970)

The film tells the story of a group of aristocratic cats who are kidnapped by their butler but ultimately rescued by an alley cat named Thomas O’Malley and his friends. Together, they embark on a musical journey through the streets of Paris to return the cats to their rightful home.

Release Date: December 24, 1970


  • Eva Gabor (Duchess)
  • Liz English (Marie)
  • Phill Harris (Thomas O’Malley)

Robin Hood (1973)

The film retells the classic tale of the legendary outlaw Robin Hood, who, with the help of his band of merry men, robs the rich to give to the poor and defends the people of Nottingham from the corrupt Sheriff.

Release Date: November 8, 1973


  • Brian Bedford (Robin Hood)
  • Roger Miller (Alan-a-Dale)
  • Peter Ustinov (Prince John)

The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1977)

The film is a compilation of several previously released Winnie the Pooh animated shorts, including “Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree,” “Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day,” and “Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too.”

Release Date: March 11, 1977


  • Sterling Holloway (Winnie-the-Pooh)
  • John Fiedler (Piglet)
  • Sebastian Cabot (The narrator)

The Rescuers (1977)

The film tells the story of two mice, Bernard and Miss Bianca, who work for the Rescue Aid Society, an organization that helps rescue people in need. When a young orphan girl named Penny is kidnapped by the evil Madame Medusa, Bernard, and Miss Bianca set out to rescue her.

Release Date: June 22, 1977


  • Bob Newhart (Bernard)
  • Eva Gabor (Miss Bianca)
  • Geraldine Page (Madame Medusa)

The Fox and the Hound (1981)

The film tells the story of two unlikely friends.  A young fox named Tod and a hound dog named Copper are forced to choose between their friendship and their instincts as hunters. Kids love these sorts of Disney movies.

Release Date: July 10, 1981


  • Kurt Russell (Cooper)
  • Mickey Rooney (Tod)
  • Pat Buttram (Chief)

The Black Cauldron (1985)

It tells the story of a young boy named Taran who sets out on a quest to prevent the evil Horned King from obtaining the powerful Black Cauldron and using it to raise an army of the undead. Featuring stunning animation, memorable characters, and a dark and epic story, “The Black Cauldron” is a departure from Disney’s typical family-friendly fare.

Release Date: July 24, 1985


  • Grant Bardsley (Taran)
  • John Byner (Gurgi)
  • Lindsay Rich (Fairfolk # 1)

The Great Mouse Detective (1986)

The film tells the story of a brilliant detective mouse named Basil of Baker Street who, along with his trusty assistant Dr. David Q. Dawson, sets out to solve a case involving the kidnapping of a toymaker and the evil plans of the villainous Professor Ratigan.

Release Date: July 2, 1986


  • Val Bettin (Dr. David)
  • Vincent Price (Professor Ratigan)
  • Basil Rathbone (Sherlock Holmes)

Oliver & Company (1988)

The film is loosely based on Charles Dickens’ novel “Oliver Twist” and tells the story of a stray kitten named Oliver who falls in with a gang of street-smart dogs in New York City, led by a charismatic dog named Dodger. Together, they embark on a series of adventures and try to survive in the tough urban environment.

Release Date: November 18, 1988


  • Joey Lawrence (Oliver)
  • Billy Joel (Artful Dodger)
  • Cheech Marin (Tito)

The Little Mermaid (1989)

The film is based on the fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen and tells the story of Ariel. She is a mermaid who dreams of living on land and falling in love with a human prince. Despite the warnings of her father, King Triton, and the scheming of the sea witch Ursula, Ariel sets out on a dangerous adventure to achieve her dream.

Release Date: November 17, 1989


  • Jodi Benson (Ariel)
  • Samuel E. Wright (Sebastian)
  • Pat Carroll (Ursula)

The Rescuers Down Under (1990)

The film is a sequel to the 1977 film “The Rescuers.” It tells the story of Bernard and Bianca, two mice from the Rescue Aid Society, as they travel to the Australian Outback to rescue a young boy named Cody from the clutches of an evil poacher named Percival McLeach.

Release Date: November 16, 1990


  • Eva Gabor (Miss Bianca)
  • Bob Newhart (Bernard)
  • Adam Ryen (Cody)

Beauty and the Beast (1991)

The movie is based on the classic fairy tale and tells the story of Belle. It is about a book-loving young woman who falls in love with the Beast, a prince cursed to live as a monster until he learns to love and be loved in return.

Release Date: November 13, 1991


  • Paige O’Hara (Belle)
  • Robby Benson (Adam/The Beast)
  • Angela Lansbury (Mrs. Potts)

Aladdin (1992)

The film tells the story of a street urchin named Aladdin, who falls in love with Princess Jasmine and must use a magic lamp containing a genie to defeat the evil sorcerer Jafar and win her heart.

Release Date: November 25, 1992


  • Robin Williams (Genie)
  • Scott Weinger (Aladdin)
  • Linda Larkin (Jasmine)

The Lion King (1994)

The movie tells the story of Simba, a young lion prince who must come to terms with his destiny as the future king of the Pride Lands after his father’s tragic death.

Release Date: June 15, 1994


  • Jeremy Irons (Scar)
  • James Earl Jones (Mufasa)
  • Matthew Broderick (Simba)

Pocahontas (1995)

The film tells the story of a young Native American woman named Pocahontas, who falls in love with an Englishman named John Smith during the early days of European colonization in the Americas.

Release Date: June 23, 1995


  • Mel Gibson (Captain John)
  • Irene Bedard (Pocahontas)
  • Christian Bale (Thomas)

The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996)

The film tells the story of Quasimodo, a deformed bell-ringer who lives in the bell tower of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, and his struggle to be accepted by society despite his appearance.

Release Date: June 21, 1996


  • Demi Moore (Esmeralda)
  • Tony Jay (Claude Frollo)
  • Tom Hulce (Quasimodo)

Hercules (1997)

The movie tells the story of Hercules, a young man with superhuman strength and a desire to become a hero, as he faces challenges and battles monsters to prove his worth.

Release Date: June 13, 1997


  • James Woods (Hades)
  • Susan Egan (Megara)
  • Tate Donovan (Hercules)

Mulan (1998)

Mulan is a young woman who disguises herself as a man to join the army and protect her family’s honor during a war in ancient China.

Release Date: June 5, 1998


  • Ming-Na Wen (Mulan)
  • Harvey Fierstein (Yao)
  • Eddie Murphy (Mushu)

Tarzan (1999)

The film tells the story of Tarzan, a man raised by gorillas in the African jungle, as he discovers his true identity and fights to protect his family and home from outside threats. If you love Disney movies set in nature, you’ll enjoy this one.

Release Date: June 18, 1999


  • Tony Goldwyn (Tarzan)
  • Minnie Driver (Jane Porter)
  • Rosie O’Donnell (Terk)

Fantasia 2000 (1999)

It is a sequel to the 1940 classic “Fantasia.” The film is a collection of eight musical segments set to classical music and animated with innovative and stunning techniques.

Release Date: December 17, 1999


  • Steve Martin (Introductory Host)
  • Itzhak Perlman (Host)
  • Quincy Jones (Host)

Dinosaur (2000)

The film tells the story of a young dinosaur named Aladar, who is separated from his family and must navigate the dangerous and changing world of the late Cretaceous period.

Release Date: May 19, 2000


D.B. Sweeney (Aladar)

Joan Plowright (Baylene)

Della Reese (Eema)

The Emperor’s New Groove (2000)

The Emperor’s New Groove is a comedic adventure that follows Emperor Kuzco, who is transformed into a llama and must team up with a humble peasant to regain his throne. If you are a fan of comedy Disney movies then this one is the best option for you.

Release Date: December 10, 2000


  • David Spade (Kuzco)
  • Patrick Warburton (Kronk)
  • John Goodman (Pacha)

Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001)

It is an action-packed adventure film that tells the story of a young explorer named Milo who embarks on a dangerous mission to uncover the secrets of the lost city of Atlantis. With stunning visuals and an imaginative storyline, this movie captivates viewers with its sense of adventure and exploration.

Release Date: June 3, 2001


  • Michael J. Fox (Milo James)
  • Don Novello ( Vincenzo ‘Vinny’)
  • Cree Summer ( Princess ‘Kida’)

Lilo & Stitch (2002)

Lilo & Stitch is a heartwarming story about a young girl in Hawaii who befriends a mischievous alien named Stitch. The movie explores the themes of love, family, and acceptance in a unique and unforgettable way, with a memorable cast of characters and a vibrant setting that showcases the beauty of Hawaii. 

Release Date: June 16, 2002


  • Chris Sanders (Stitch)
  • Daveigh Chase (Lilo Pelekai)
  • Ving Rhames (Cobra Bubbles)

Treasure Planet (2002)

Treasure Planet is a space adventure that reimagines Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic novel. This movie transports viewers to a world of swashbuckling adventure, where the young protagonist Jim Hawkins sets sail on a quest for treasure with a crew of colorful characters, including the enigmatic cyborg John Silver.

Release Date: November 27, 2002


  • Joseph Gordon-Levitt (Jim Hawkins)
  • Martin Short (Ben)
  • Emma Thompson (Captain Amelia)

Brother Bear (2003)

Brother Bear tells the story of a young Inuit boy who is transformed into a bear and embarks on a journey of self-discovery. With a focus on themes of brotherhood, forgiveness, and respect for nature, this movie captures the beauty of the natural world and the importance of understanding and empathy for all living creatures.

Release Date: October 20, 2003


Joaquin Phoenix (Kenai)

Jeremy Suarez (Koda)

Rick Moranis (Rutt)

Home on the Range (2004)

Home on the Range is a comedic western about a group of cows who band together to save their farm from a cattle rustler. It is one of the entertaining and uplifting Disney movies for audiences of all ages. While it may not be as well-known as some other Disney classics, it remains a charming and enjoyable film that will delight fans of animated movies.

Release Date: April 2, 2004


  • Judi Dench (Mrs. Caloway)
  • Jennifer Tilly (Grace)
  • Estelle Harris (Audrey)

Chicken Little (2005)

Chicken Little follows the story of a young chicken who becomes the laughing stock of his town after falsely warning them of an alien invasion. He then sets out to redeem himself and save his town when a real alien invasion takes place.

Release Date: October 30, 2005


  • Mark Dindal (Morkubine)
  • Zach Braff (Chicken Little)
  • Joan Cusack (Abby Mallard)

Meet the Robinsons (2007)

Meet the Robinsons is a science fiction comedy that follows a young orphan named Lewis who invents the time machine and travels to the future where he meets the eccentric Robinson family. Together they go on a journey to save the future from a dangerous villain.

Release Date: March 30, 2007


  • Stephen John Anderson (Bowler Hat Guy)
  • Jordan Fry (Lewis)
  • Daniel Hansen (Lewis)

Bolt (2008)

Bolt is an animated adventure that follows the story of a dog named Bolt who believes he has superpowers but must learn to navigate the real world when he becomes separated from his owner.

Release Date: November 21, 2008


  • Miley Cyrus (Penny)
  • John Travolta (Bolt)
  • Susie Essman (Mittens)

The Princess & the Frog (2009)

The Princess and the Frog is a musical fairy tale set in 1920s New Orleans, following Tiana, a young waitress who dreams of owning her own restaurant, and Prince Naveen, who is transformed into a frog by an evil voodoo magician. Together, they embark on a journey to reverse the curse and find true love.

Release Date: December 11, 2009


  • Anika Noni Rose ( Tiana)
  • Bruno Campos (Prince Naveen)
  • Oprah Winfrey (Eudora)

Tangled (2010)

Tangled is a retelling of the classic fairy tale of Rapunzel, a princess with long magical hair, who is imprisoned in a tower by an evil witch. She escapes with the help of a charming thief and embarks on a journey of self-discovery. It is one of the most beloved Disney movies.

Release Date: November 24, 2010


  • Mandy Moore (Rapunzel)
  • Zachary Levi (Flynn Rider)
  • Nathan Greno (Guard # 1)

Winnie the Pooh (2011)

Winnie the Pooh is a heartwarming story about Pooh and his friends in the Hundred Acre Wood, as they embark on a quest to find Christopher Robin’s lost belongings. With hand-drawn animation reminiscent of the original Disney cartoons, the film captures the whimsical and nostalgic essence of the beloved children’s stories.

Release Date: July 15, 2011


  • Jimmy Cummings (Winnie-the-pooh)
  • Travis Oates (Piglet)
  • Jack Boulter (Christopher Robin)

Wreck-It Ralph (2012)

Wreck-It Ralph is a story about a video game villain named Ralph who wants to become a hero and sets out on a journey across different arcade games to achieve his goal. With its vibrant visuals, catchy music, and heartfelt story, “Wreck-It Ralph” is a fun and entertaining movie that is sure to appeal to both video game enthusiasts and general audiences alike. It is one of the most funny Disney movies.

Release Date: November 2, 2012


Rich Moore (Zangief)

John C. Rielly (Ralph)

Ed O’Neill (Mr. Litwak)

Frozen (2013)

Frozen is a musical fantasy about two sisters, Anna and Elsa, with Elsa possessing magical powers to create ice and snow. When Elsa accidentally plunges their kingdom into eternal winter, Anna sets out on a journey with a rugged iceman and a quirky snowman to find her sister and end the winter. 

Release Date: November 27, 2013


  • Kristen Bell (Anna)
  • Idina Menzel (Elsa)
  • Josh Gad (Olaf)

Big Hero 6 (2014)

Big Hero 6 is an action-packed adventure set in the futuristic city of San Fransokyo, where a young robotics prodigy and his inflatable robot team up with a group of friends to solve a mystery and save their city. If you love action Disney movies then this one is a must watch.

Release Date: January 16, 2015


  • Ryan Potter (Hiro Hamada)
  • Scott Adsit (Baymax)
  • Maya Rudolph (Cass)

Zootopia (2016)

Zootopia is a buddy cop comedy that takes place in a world of anthropomorphic animals. A rabbit police officer teams up with a sly fox con artist to solve a string of missing predator cases.

Release Date: March 4, 2016


  • Ginnifer Goodwin (Judy Hopps)
  • Jason Bateman (Nick Wilde)
  • Rich Moore (Doug)

Moana (2016)

Moana is one of the most popular Disney movies. This adventurous tale is about a spirited teenager who sets sail on a daring mission to save her people. Along the way, she meets the demigod Maui and together they navigate the open ocean to fulfill her quest.

Release Date: November 23, 2016


  • Aulii Cravalho (Moana)
  • Dwayne Johnson (Maui)
  • Jemaine Clement (Tamatoa)

Ralph Breaks the Internet (2018)

It is a sequel to the 2012 film “Wreck-It Ralph” and follows the character Ralph and his friend Vanellope as they enter the internet to find a replacement part for Vanellope’s game. The film explores themes of friendship, identity, and the impact of the internet on society.

Release Date: November 21, 2018


  • Gal Gadot (Shank)
  • John C. Reilly (Ralph)
  • Phil Johnston (Surge Protector)

Frozen II (2019)

It is the sequel to the 2013 film “Frozen” and follows the story of Elsa and Anna as they embark on a dangerous journey to uncover the truth about their family and the origin of Elsa’s magical powers. The film explores themes of love, family, and self-discovery, and features several memorable songs, including “Into the Unknown” and “Show Yourself.”

Release Date: November 22, 2019


  • Kristen Bell (Anna)
  • Idina Menzel (Elsa)
  • Jonathan Groff (Kristoff)

Raya and The Last Dragon (2021)

The film is set in the fictional world of Kumandra, where a warrior named Raya seeks the last dragon to help her save her kingdom. Along the way, she encounters various challenges and allies, learning the importance of trust and teamwork. This Disney movie also explores themes of trust, betrayal, and the importance of forgiveness.

Release Date: March 5, 2021


  • Awkwafina (Sisu)
  • Kelly Marie Tran (Raya)
  • Gemma Chan (Namaari)

Encanto (2021)

The film follows the Madrigal family, who each possess a unique magical power except for the youngest member, Mirabel. When the magic of the Encanto, their enchanted home, begins to fade, Mirabel must find a way to save her family and restore the magic. 

Release Date: November 24, 2021


  • Stephanie Beatriz (Mirabel Madrigal)
  • Wilmer Valderrama (Agustin Madrigal)
  • John Leguizamo (Bruno Madrigal)

Strange World (2022)

Don Hall directed Strange World, which narrates the Clade family’s journey. The family consists of explorers who embark on a crucial expedition. Three generations of this legendary family find themselves in an unfamiliar terrain, where they encounter bizarre creatures. To overcome the various perils, they must unite and work together, setting aside their differences.

Release Date: November 23, 2022


  • Jake Gyllenhaal (Searcher Clade)
  • Dennis Quaid (Jaeger Clade)
  • Lucy Liu (Callisto Mal)

Wrap Up

Whether you’re a fan of princess tales, animal adventures, or musical masterpieces, there’s a Disney movie for everyone. As the company continues to create new and innovative films, we can look forward to even more unforgettable stories and characters in the future, such as Little Mermaid Live action which is set to release in May 2023. So why not revisit your favorite classics, introduce them to a new generation, or explore some hidden gems you may have missed? With over 90 years of cinematic history to choose from, the possibilities are endless. So grab some popcorn, settle in, and let the Disney magic transport you to a world of imagination and wonder.

Joanne Wells

Joanne Wells is a media journalist for ScreenNearYou. She reports on the inside conversations in Hollywood. Also, she loves pizza!

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