Disney is set to premiere an animated film in 2019 titled Disney Fairy Tales, based on a children’s book series that tells the story of a princess who becomes an elf and a witch.
The animated film will feature animated characters such as a princess named Elvira and a unicorn named Rapunzel.
The Disney-owned company also plans to debut new animated films in 2020 and 2021.
The company also announced it will launch an animated series featuring the voices of LGBT celebrities in 2019, as well as featuring a series of live-action shorts called Disney Live, which will be released in 2019.
Disney will also unveil new animation characters at the New York Toy Fair and at Disney California Adventure parks.
In 2020, Disney plans to introduce a new animated film titled Frozen, based off of the hit Disney musical Frozen, which follows the adventures of Elsa, Anna and Kristoff as they navigate the treacherous world of Arendelle, the fictional kingdom where Elsa, Princess Anna and Sven live.
The film is scheduled to premiere at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in January 2021.
In 2021, Disney will introduce a series titled Disney: Frozen, with the voice of Disney’s “Frozen” characters Elsa, Kristoff and Olaf.
The series will premiere at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California, in 2021.
Disney has long championed LGBT representation in the entertainment industry, and in April, the company announced that it will open a gay-friendly theme park in 2019 in the Orlando, Florida, area.
In the fall, Disney Parks will open the first “LGBT+ Friendly” theme park of its kind in the U.S.
A new “Disney LGBT-Friendly” event is scheduled for the end of this year at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida, as part of the Disney Imagineering and Disney Imagineers partnership.
Disney’s announcement comes as it tries to capitalize on its growing popularity with younger audiences, and as it begins to attract new generations to its film and television businesses.
The company’s parent company, Walt Disney Co., also announced a slate of new initiatives in the wake of the 2016 presidential election.
The first of these initiatives is a “Love is Love” campaign that is intended to engage young people and build their support for LGBT rights.
In 2018, Disney launched a campaign called “Be The Change” that aimed to increase the acceptance of LGBT characters in films, books and TV shows.