All Pixar and Disney Animated Movies Shown at D23 2022

Pixar and Disney Animation have been making movies over the decades that create everlasting memories for families and make grown men cry (Nemo just hits me for some reason, I don’t know…).

Here’s a list of all the Pixar and Disney animated films that were watched at D23 this year:

1.

Elementary

Come together in this FIRST WATCH of Ember & Wade played by Leah Lewis and Mamoudou Athie, of Disney and Pixar’s Elemental, hits theaters June 16, 2023!


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A film about a man made of water and a woman made of fire, in love. I can already feel the warm fuzz from this one. The teaser shown to the public as D23 was an incomplete work of art… but a work of art nonetheless. This is going to be a classic… I’ll call it. Elementary stars Leah Lewis and Mamoudou Athie and hits theaters on June 16, 2023.

2.

Win or lose

Getting Started at #D23Expo: A FIRST LOOK at Pixar’s all-new Original Series Win or Lose, starring Will Forte as Coach Dan. From filmmakers Michael Yates, Carrie Hobson and David Lally, Win or Lose is coming to @DisneyPlus in 2023!


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This will be Pixar’s first TV series. The show follows a young co-ed softball team. Each episode will observe the same exact story, from a different character’s perspective. Will Forte stars as Coach Dan in Win or lose, hitting Disney+ in 2023.

3.

Elio

You’re invited to Disney and Pixar’s latest adventure… ELIO. Meet Elio: a boy who is transported across the galaxy & mistaken for the intergalactic Ambassador of our planet Earth


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Elio tells the story of a child who is accidentally mistaken for Earth’s ambassador after his mother’s top-secret military project puts him in touch with aliens. Elio stars America Ferrera and Yonas Kibreab and will debut in Spring 2024.

4.

Inside Out 2

Oh joy! Amy Poehler returns to star in Inside Out 2. Directed by Kelsey Mann, produced by Mark Nielsen and written by Meg LeFauve, Disney and Pixar’s Inside Out 2 releases Summer 2024.


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Amy Poehler took the stage to introduce it and says this time it will be based on a teenager’s emotions as Riley gets older. The audience will also see new emotions! Inside Out 2 will be released in the summer of 2024.

5.

zootopia+

Return to the fast-paced mammalian metropolis of Zootopia in ‘Zootopia+’, a new short series coming to Disney+ in 2022! #DisneyPlusDay


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This short anthology series seems like a lot of fun for the kids. Checking out zootopia+ on Disney+ Nov 9, 2022.

6.

Iwájú

Travel to a futuristic version of Lagos, Nigeria with this FIRST LOOK from Disney Animation and Kugali’s Iwájú! The all-new Original series will stream on @DisneyPlus in 2023


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Described as “A Love Letter to Lagos, Nigeria” by Olufikayo Ziki Adeola, Hamid Ibrahim and Tolu Olowofoyeku, Iwájú gave me a clear and vivid experience. We got to see short animations from the film at D23, and I’m thrilled that it touched the audience. Iwaju, a coming-of-age animated series, lands on Disney+ in 2023!

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Strange world

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Disney’s big movie this Thanksgiving is Strange world. The cast came out to introduce some footage from the film at D23, which was lighthearted and fast-paced. We watched the Clade family escape from a group of what looked like aliens mixed with spiders, and the dynamics were comical! Strange world stars Jake Gyllenhaal, Dennis Quaid, Jaboukie Young-White and Lucy Liu and will hit theaters on November 23, 2022.

8.

WISH

Walt Disney Animation Studios unveiled a FIRST LOOK at “Wish,” their all-new animated film that explores how the iconic wish star came to be. (1/2) #D23Expo


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The showcase ended with a preview of Wish, and Ariana DeBose came out to sing the upcoming movie’s theme song. Ready for a fall 2023 release, Wish becomes an Easter egg-filled Disney adventure that follows Asha (DeBose), a hero who calls the stars for help. Disney seemed VERY excited about this one, so I can’t wait to see the final product.

Are you excited about the new Pixar and Disney animated films? Let me know in the comments below!