10 Disney Movies That Fans Long For A Sequel
Building for this file, we collected Disney and Pixar films whose scenario, casts, styles... merit a continuation. As avid fans, we dream of brilliant follow-ups for these films. Who knows whether they can be the next top-grossing or not?
So, let's scroll down to check the post below out. Your attention will help your favorite have a sequel, possibly!
#1 Hocus Pocus (1993)
Source: The Walt Disney StudiosIn love with the film’s style, humor, and focus on the villains have made it a cult classic, we would like to see the sinister Sanderson sisters again. The ending hints at the comeback of these witches, either for another Halloween film or a crossover holiday story.
#2 Inside Out (2015)
Source: The Walt Disney StudiosThe film mainly focuses on Joy and Sadness, so drawing attention to the others would be an appreciated change, such as centering at Riley’s awkward or rebellious teenage years. Also, the film can bring in new emotions or phase in the feelings of an entirely different role.
#3 The Sword in the Stone (1963)
Source: The Walt Disney StudiosAlthough Arthur is the leading character, the film centers on Merlin. Therefore, a sequel that emphasizes the protagonist is recommendable.
#4 A Bug’s Life (1998)
Source: The Walt Disney StudiosWe think that this bug society merits further adventures. Based on another story inspired by a classic or a wholly original plot, an exploration from the ants and the performers are also a good possibility.
#5 WALL-E (2008)
Source: The Walt Disney StudiosSeeing the two robots experience parenthood, either through adoption or having their own one, could be a sweet follow-up. We are sure that many fans also love to see them again!
#6 Brave (2012)
Source: The Walt Disney StudiosBecause she refuses an alliance marriage, a continuation where she actually finds true love might be a good idea. Or seeing Merida with her independence going on a big adventure is also worth an expectation.
#7 Moana (2016)
Source: The Walt Disney StudiosSince Maui is an impressive secondary protagonist, we would love to see a sequel centering on him. Another possible follow-up could be Moana and her people's voyages, which begin at the end of the film.
#8 Monsters, Inc. (2001)
Source: The Walt Disney StudiosHow's about a sequel in which Mike and Sully trying to locate Boo released around Halloween? Absolutely, we want to see Pixar return these characters!
#9 The Great Mouse Detective (1986)
Source: The Walt Disney StudiosAs the animal society in the film is one of the more complex and intriguing depicted by Disney, it is great to see more of it.
#10 Ratatouille (2007)
Source: The Walt Disney StudiosWe think a plot about a competition between rivals or the disgraced chef Skinner training cats to hunt Remy and his family would attract a lot of attention. It would be delectable, for sure!