Encanto Sequel Teased By Director: ‘What’s Subsequent… I Hope We’ll See’

It’s not typically {that a} Walt Disney Animation Studios movie will get a cinematic sequel. In truth, it’s solely occurred a handful of instances; there was The Rescuers Down Beneath in 1990, then Ralph Breaks The Web in 2018, and Frozen 2 in 2019. However for probably the most half, Disney animation follow-ups have been straight-to-video, or non-existent. However whereas there’s nothing confirmed but, there appear to be stirrings on the market for a attainable Encanto follow-up. The newest Disney animated function has been an enormous hit for the studio, particularly after it hit Disney+ and ‘We Don’t Speak About Bruno’ grew to become a worldwide chart-topping sensation. Naturally, a sequel has been speculated upon – and seems like it could be a chance.

On Twitter, the movie’s co-director Jared Bush (who made the movie alongside Byron Howard and Charise Castro-Smith) immediately addressed rumours of attainable sequels or diversifications into different mediums and mentioned “it was at all times our dream” for there to be extra – although he didn’t state whether or not something was really within the works:

However extra importantly, he additionally not too long ago tweeted concerning the movie’s ending, and hinted that there’s extra of a narrative to be advised after the credit roll. SPOILERS FOLLOW With the movie ending on the creation of a brand new ‘miracle’ for the Madrigal household, Bush explored the excellence between Abuela Alma’s candle, and the rebuilt home from the tip of the film – and wrapped up his Tweet with a promising sign-off: “What’s subsequent… I hope we’ll see.”

Is there extra story to be discovered within the wake of Mirabel’s miracle? May there be extra to see from the complete Madrigal clan, or in flashbacks to Alma’s earlier days? And, most crucially, does Lin-Manuel Miranda have a stack of leftover bangers simply begging for some animated accompaniment? Perhaps we’ll discover out sooner or later – however for now, we’ll preserve the obsession going with the dwell efficiency of ‘We Don’t Speak About Bruno’ on the Oscars on Sunday…

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