With everything from Avengers: Infinity War and The Last Jedi footage to news about massive Disney theme park expansions, last weekend's D23 Expo basically had it all. But there were so many trailers, announcements and reveals, it was hard to keep up with all the House of Mouse's latest developments. Lucky for you, we've rounded up all of our coverage of this year's D23 right here.
Marvel Studios just showed a huge chunk of footage from Avengers. Infinity War at the D23 Expo and there almost aren't words for it. But we're going to try.
Ever since that first trailer, we've known that Ruth E. Carter's sublime work on the costumes for Black Panther would make it one hell of a gorgeous movie. But on the floor at Disney's D23 Expo in Anaheim, we've been able to get a great look at some of the outfits from the film — including T'Challa's new look.
At D23 Expo, going on right now, Marvel unveiled a life-size statue of Thanos as he'll appear in Avengers. Infinity War. And unlike previous glimpses of the Mad Titan that we've seen, this Thanos came dressed to kill.
Image. Disney It's been a crazy weekend of news out of Anaheim, California as Disney rolled into town for D23, giving us updates on everything from theme parks, to animated movies, to a galaxy far, far away. But the craziest of all was the sheer amount of bodies the company put on stage to hype up Avengers. Infinity War.
A still from Marvel Powers United VR. Image. YouTube Marvel Powers United VR makes one of your wildest dreams come true. You and three friends can all team up and fight the forces of evil, in real time, as your favourite superheroes. If you and three friends all have an Oculus Rift of course.
Image. Disney Parks Blog Here's one more nugget of theme park news from the D23 Expo. Disney California Adventure Park in Anaheim will build off the success of the new Guardians of the Galaxy — Mission. Breakout ride with an immersive Marvel superhero universe at the park, including the Avengers and Spider-Man.
Soon after showing an incredible Avengers. Infinity War clip, Marvel unveiled who was lurking under those black sheets next to Thanos at their booth on the floor at the D23 Expo. it's the Black Order. But first, as an added bonus, the Infinity Gauntlet itself also made an appearance.
Meet Jake, one of the droids that might be rolling around Star Wars Galaxy's Edge. Image. Germain Lussier/Gizmodo Disney loves a good surprise, and fans at the D23 Expo in Anaheim got plenty of those over the weekend. One of the more subtle ones featured a brand new droid, rolling around the display for the new theme park additions called Star Wars Galaxy's Edge.
Image. Gif via Youtube D23 was upon us this weekend, and with it, a new behind-the-scenes glimpse at the next chapter in the Star Wars saga. But although the movie didn't offer us a full trailer, what we did get was still jam-packed with little hints and clues as to what's to come for Luke, Leia, Rey, Finn, and Poe.
Disney just announced that the Star Wars areas of their theme parks will be called Star Wars Galaxy's Edge. The studio also gave a few more teases of how this highly interactive land will work. Also opening. the world's first totally immersive Star Wars hotel.
The D23 Expo has already unleashed a peek behind the scenes of Star Wars. The Last Jedi, and now we've got a closer look at another highly-anticipated project from a galaxy far, far away. Star Wars Battlefront II.
Video. This isn't just a video extolling the film's special effects or praising the story (though there's plenty of that). You also get to see new characters, new creatures, new settings, and what looks to be a couple of between-shot dance parties. This Last Jedi behind-the-scenes reel is jam-packed with so much awesome.
Image Cache. Disney's D23 Expo kicked off today and our own Germain Lussier was among the first to lay eyes on a detailed diorama — which attendees could only observe from a distance of 1m away — revealing what the Star Wars Land theme parks will look like when they open in 2019.
Briefly. News from the D23 Expo. Disney has finally cast its live-action Aladdin — and announced who'll be playing Jasmine, too. And remember how Will Smith was rumoured to be playing the Genie?
After years of speculation and anticipation, The Incredibles 2 was finally unveiled to the world at Disney's D23 Expo in Anaheim, CA. We found out the sequel will take place right after the original film — and a full, brand-new scene was shown, featuring baby Jack-Jack.
The next film from Disney Animation will bring back every single Disney Princess — voiced by all of the same actresses who played the original parts who are still living. That's exciting in its own right, but the odd thing is that this grand reunion happens in Wreck-It Ralph 2.
Dan Scanlon (Monsters University) will head up Pixar's next film after Toy Story 4, an original, as-yet untitled "suburban fantasy adventure" that has deep personal meaning for the director. And yes, there are definitely going to be dragons involved.
The Incredibles came out in 2004. The Incredibles 2 will come out in 2018. But for the characters, no time at all will have passed.
Anyone who is a fan of the Toy Story films was sceptical when Pixar announced they were making number four. One of the things that made it digestible, though, was that John Lasseter himself, was directing. He did not just the first two films, but was the current head of both Pixar and Disney Animation.
The world of Big Hero 6 is making its return this Spring, but not on the big screen — instead, the adventures of Baymax, Hiro, and their friends are continuing in a new animated series. Now, we've finally got a taste of what the show's going to look like in action, thanks to its newly revealed title sequence.
Disney has announced a slew of new details about its forthcoming spin on The Nutcracker, called The Nutcracker and the Four Realms.
There's no shortage of cool stuff to see walking around a Disney convention. A huge percentage of the people there are strictly for to buy merchandise. Unfortunately, some of the coolest merchandise in the entire convention was not for sale.
The Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida is getting a bunch of brand-name upgrades in the next few years leading up to the 50th anniversary in 2021.