With the film of ‘The Greatest Generation’ set to come out next March, Disney CEO Bob Iger has confirmed that it will be titled “World of Colors,” a collaboration between the studio and Universal Pictures.
Iger also revealed the movie will be the first of a trilogy.
“I hope the next movie will go well and I hope we can bring a lot of color to the movie,” Iger told The Hollywood Reporter.
The first movie will focus on a small group of children who have been living on the desert island of Mombasa for years.
The second film will follow a group of kids who live on a desert island that is completely isolated and has been under the care of the U.S. government since the 1960s.
The third film will explore the U-boats that the government has built to protect its people.
Disney is bringing a new generation of audiences to the world of Disney Infinity and Marvel, and Iger said the new films are not just for kids.
“There’s a whole new generation who haven’t seen any Disney movie before,” Igers said.
“They’re going to be very excited.”
Iger said Disney is bringing new life to its beloved characters and creating a new way for children to experience the world.
The company has been making movies for kids since the 1970s, and the latest, “The Great White Way,” is the most recent installment in the franchise.
It is slated to hit theaters March 21.
“I think the world is moving toward an age where the whole family can be part of the Disney experience,” Igesaid.
“When you go to a Disney-branded store and there’s a Pixar, there’s an Alice in Wonderland, there are a bunch of new Pixar films that come out every year.
There are so many great things that kids are going to love.”