How Disney is spending billions on the 2020 movie slate

Disney, which is spending $4.6 billion to develop a slate of new films in 2020, announced the new slate on Thursday.

It includes three original movies: a sequel to the animated film “Beauty and the Beast,” a remake of the classic Disney cartoon “The Lion King,” and a new “Frozen” film.

The new slate also includes a “Harry Potter” movie, an adaptation of “The Jungle Book” and a remake/remake of the “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.”

Disney has already announced “Furious 7,” “Captain America: Civil War,” “Finding Dory,” “Pixar’s ” Coco” and “Zootopia.

“The company is also rolling out a slate for “The Avengers,” “Fifty Shades Darker,” “The Incredibles,” “Maleficent,” “Iron Man 3” and several “Star Wars” films.

The company is now releasing a slate in 2019.

The slate includes a sequel of the Disney animated film, “The Beauty and the Beasts,” and the “Beautiful Creatures” sequel.

The new film will be “Futurama,” which has been adapted by Matt Reeves.