Disney finally announced the theatrical release date for Moana 2. The information was made public on CNBC by the company’s CEO Bob Iger, before Disney’s fiscal first-quarter earnings release. He revealed that the second Moana was originally intended to be a TV series, but he chose to make it into a feature picture after being impressed by the footage.
“Moana remains an incredibly popular franchise. We can’t wait to give you more of Moana and Maui when Moana 2 comes to the theaters on 27 November,” he announced. According to Variety, Bob’s choice to release Moana 2 in theatres comes after Disney’s disappointing box office performance in 2023.
Moana 2 will take Disney fans on an “expansive new voyage” with Moana, Maui, and a brand-new crew of unlikely seafarers, according to Disney.
The plot navigates around Moana’s mission to reach the remote areas of Oceania, through the hazardous, long-lost waters, after hearing an unexpected call from her navigational ancestors.
The first part of the animated musical generated more than $680 million at the box office for Disney, with 1 billion hours streamed on Disney
In other news – King Charles is finding cancer extremely frustrating
King Charles is allegedly starting to feel his cancer diagnosis being ‘extremely frustrating’ on him. All of this has been shared by royal commentator Sarah Vine. She broke her silence over everything in a candid piece for The Daily Mail.
She weighed in on everything by comparing the reigns of both King Charles and Queen Elizabeth by saying, “Let’s not forget. Read more