It’s that time of the year and you know what that means… Oscar time! oh and also Christmas but the latter’s not that important right now when there’s plenty of films to see. We’ll be getting a ton of Oscar caliber films along with some massive blockbusters with Aquaman and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. However, film releases aren’t the only thing we can look forward to cause there’s likely gonna be a ton of trailers to drop too. With a trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home expected to drop sometime this week it looks like there are a couple of other film trailers from Disney we can expect to see this month.
Believe it or not, there’s going to be a Frozen 2, the sequel to the smash hit Frozen which saw way too many people yapping out “Let it Go”. As we all know. Star Wars Episode IX will be released next year and despite polarizing reception among fans for The Last Jedi, there’s still a ton of anticipation for it. However, it looks like there’s a chance we might be getting a glimpse of the aforementioned Disney films as rumors have suggested of trailers for the respective films are to be dropped sometime this month.
According to Collider’s Steven Weintraub via Twitter, we can expect the first footage for Episode IX and Frozen 2 to be unveiled this month possibly by Christmas Day. Check out the tweet below:
to those wondering, December is ALWAYS a huge month for new trailers. If you're a Disney fan, you can look forward to the first footage from #Frozen2 and @starwars episode 9 this month. Would be shocked if both aren't revealed by December 25th. pic.twitter.com/mylWXs6vyq
— Steven Weintraub (@colliderfrosty) December 5, 2018
Of course this should only be marked as a rumor but if this is true, fans of Star Wars and over-grown babies alike would have to be alert in case something drops from Disney. Star Wars is kind of in a weird position right now due to the box-office numbers of Solo: A Star Wars Story so this would help the franchise get some steam back. As for Frozen 2, a lot of people liked the first one so we can expect it to do fine.
Source: Steven Weintraub/Twitter