The twilight sky casts a serene glow over the iconic fairy tale castle, and as the Walt Disney Pictures logo lights up the horizon, the Mouse House is gearing up for a sequel-filled future. Disney, grappling with financial woes, has found its go-to remedy: more sequels! Let’s take a sneak peek at some of the major films they have lined up through 2026.

First on the list is Pixar’s “Inside Out 2,” which takes us back into the mind of Riley, now a teen dealing with the pangs of puberty and high school life. With new emotions like Anxiety (Maya Hawke) joining Joy and Sadness, this promises to be an emotional rollercoaster. Mark your calendar for June 14 and get ready to feel all the feels again.

Next up, Marvel fans rejoice! “Deadpool & Wolverine” brings Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman together for a summer blockbuster where the loudmouth mercenary teams up with the clawed mutant hero. Set to release on July 26, this film will see them tackling a common enemy. Expect humor, action, and a hint of nostalgia as the X-Men universe merges with the MCU.

Also on the horizon is “Moana 2,” set to sail into theaters on November 27. This sequel sees Moana heeding an unexpected call from her ancestors to embark on a new adventure. Set your sights on more oceanic escapades with returning voices from Auliʻi Cravalho, Dwayne Johnson, and Alan Tudyk.

Disney’s prequel game is strong with “Mufasa: The Lion King,” arriving on December 20. Directed by Barry Jenkins, this film delves into the origin story of Simba’s father, voiced by Aaron Pierre, and promises to be an emotional journey, complete with Rafiki, Timon, and Pumbaa’s classic charm.

Fans of the digital frontier will be thrilled to see “TRON: Ares” navigating into theaters on October 10, 2025. With Jared Leto as Ares, a sophisticated program entering the human world, this movie flips the script on the original Tron narrative.

Last but not least, “Frozen 3” is on the horizon, although details remain under wraps. But fear not, Elsa and Anna lovers, the magic continues. Speculated for a 2026 release, you’ll have to wait a bit longer to see what icy adventures await.

These upcoming films hint at Disney’s strategy to leverage its beloved IP with new installments. What sequel are you most excited for? Let us know in the comments and share this story with your friends who can’t get enough Disney magic!