Disney had a big year in 2015 with two Pixar movies, "The Avengers" sequel, and the return of "Star Wars" to theaters, and 2016 is about to get even bigger.
The studio released its official list of movies planned for 2016.
Get ready for the first standalone "Star Wars" movie, two Marvel movies, and a few classic Disney animated pictures brought to life.
Keep reading to see what the Mouse House has in store.
Disney's first movie out this year will be "The Finest Hours," which is based on a true story about a Coast Guard rescue mission in 1952 to save 30 sailors trapped inside a sinking oil tanker.
Starring Chris Pine, Eric Bana, Casey Affleck, it will be in theaters January 29, 2016.
"Zootopia," about a world reimagined with walking, talking animals, will be Disney's 55th animated motion picture.
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