Disney Shares First Look at Animated Film ‘Strange World’, Eyeing Thanksgiving 2022 Release

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Who knows how many projects Disney is working on. As it’s uncertain if we get a new Investors Day this year, the House of Mouse is looking for new ways to share first looks at upcoming projects. So, Disney took to social media to unveil next year’s animated project, Strange World. The film will be directed by Don Hall alongside Qui Nguyen, who also wrote its script. It’s eyeing a Thanksgiving release in 2022. Not only did they unveil their logo but also offered a first look at the fantastic world we can expect from their latest project where our heroes “journeys deep into an uncharted and treacherous land.”

Don Hall is famous for his work on Big Hero 6 and Raya and the Last Dragon, where he worked alongside Qui Nguyen. The story is inspired by the popular pulp magazines that was made on wood pulp paper, which is the reason for its naming. The film’s logo also takes inspirations from those designs and it means we can expect a fun sci-fi adventure. Hall shares his love for the genre and what inspired him to tackle the project.

Source: Twitter, Variety

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