Disney and Pixar are teaming up to release their latest animated feature “Frozen” on Blu Ray and DVD July 15.
The film is slated for a July 18 release in the U.S.
Disney will release the Blu-Ray version of the film on July 15 and a DVD version of it on July 22.
In addition, Disney and Walt Disney Imagineering have collaborated on a new animated feature called “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald,” a spinoff of the Fantastic Beasts franchise.
The new film will be directed by Matt Reeves, with the original film’s story and cast including Benedict Cumberbatch, Emma Watson, Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Jason Statham, and Toby Jones.
The story follows the adventures of Newt Scamander, the wizard who became known as Grindelburg in a bid to control the world through his magical curse, as he pursues his quest to bring down Grindelwands wicked legacy.
The feature will be released on July 16 and includes an English dub, French subtitles, English subtitles, and an English dubbed prologue.
Amazon is also streaming the Blu Ray/DVD combo for $19.99 on July 14.
Amazon will also release a free digital download of the feature for two days.
The film is directed by John Musker (Toy Story) and stars Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Josh Gad, and Kristen Bell’s Bella Swan.
It is the sixth installment in the Harry Potter and the Cursed Child franchise, which was made into a feature film with the 2012 release of “The Cursed Child.”
The feature is a sequel to the 2015 animated film “Frodo Baggins,” and is the sequel to “Fruitvale Station,” which is a story about the first Hobbit film.
The plot of the sequel revolves around Frodo Baggons adventures with the Hobbits in the far north of Middle Earth, and will feature Bilbo Baggins returning to his own home to help him and the hobbits fight the Dark Lord Sauron.
Disney and Warner Bros. acquired the rights to the franchise in 2020 and released “Frog & Wolf,” which follows the original films story about Frodo and the Fellowship of the Ring.