It is a familiar scene to fans of the film.
Fans line up outside theaters, ready to see the blockbuster Disney/Pixar adaptation of the popular animated series.
But this time, it is a celebration of the movie’s fifth feature, “Fantastico.”
The film is expected to open in more than 70 international markets, including Japan, the UK, Canada, Germany, France, Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, and Russia.
The film is being directed by Joe Johnston and based on the novel by J.K. Rowling.
Disney released the film on Thursday in the United Kingdom, the United States, and Canada, with China releasing the film in May and Russia and Brazil later in the month.
It will be released in the Philippines, the Philippines-Vietnam border, Singapore, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia in the coming weeks.
In Japan, “Giant,” which opened to $11.2 million on Wednesday in its second weekend, will play in the second weekend of June, the same as the first weekend of May.
The movie is the fourth-highest-grossing film of the summer in Japan and will likely reach $17 million by the end of the weekend, according to Japanese estimates.
The next movie is expected in the fall.
In the U.K., “Frozen,” starring Anna, Elsa, Olaf, Sven and the rest of the Frozen gang, will open on June 11.
The new installment will also expand the story of the iconic film series to include characters from “The Little Mermaid,” “The Snow Queen,” and “Beauty and the Beast.”
The film has also been added to the Disney’s Marvel Cinematic Universe.
“The film will feature some new characters and some familiar faces,” the film’s release notes said.
“Fans can expect to see many familiar faces in the film including the characters of ‘Frosty,’ ‘Kristoff,’ and ‘Little Anna’ along with many familiar Disney characters from other films including Anna, Donald Duck, Princess Aurora, and Mickey Mouse.
This time, the film will take place in the Frozen world and it is also set in the world of The Little Mermaid.
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