2016 was a great year for cartoon films, and it's time to look forward to movies of 2017. Hollywood is the biggest entertainment industry. Dozens of movies are released every year. Franchises like "Star Wars," and "Star Trek," will hit the theaters, and we cannot wait to see them. We also look forward to "Leap," "cars 3," and "Ferdinand." A 90-second teaser trailer of “Beauty and the Beast” received over 92 million views online on the first day itself, proving that fans always love Animated Films.


Director Eric Summer and writer Carol Noble confirm that “Leap” is currently in post-production.

The film will hit the global theaters in the last week of April. The story is about a young girl, Felicie. Elle Fanning plays the leading character. She wants to become a dancer in Paris. Her best friend, the Victor, is an energetic boy. Victor intends to become a successful investor. Nat Wolff plays Victor in this film. Both of them leave their house to fulfill their dreams but face a lot of problems. Eric Summer says that the movie features Maddie Ziegler, Mel Brooks, and Carly Rae Jepson. Fans are excited to know more about the characters of Victor and Felicie.

‘Cars 3’

Cars 3” is one of the most anticipated films. Screenwriter Scott Morse confirms that it will be screened out on April 25, and tickets will soon go on sale.

Pixar Animation Studios is famous for animated movies, and we are thrilled to know more about “Cars 3.” It is the third installment in the “Cars” franchise, and Brian Fee directs the project. The story takes place during the 2017 Piston Cup season. Long-time champion Lightning McQueen struggles with new next-generation competitors, including the cocky Jackson Storm.


Blue Sky Studios confirms the release of “Ferdinand” in May 2017. This production company is famous for “Ice Age” films. It also distributed “Rio,” and is working on “Ferdinand,” and “Epic.” “Ferdinand” is an adaptation of the book “The Story of Ferdinand,” by Munro Leaf and Robert Lawson. In the movie, Ferdinand is a bull that does not want to fight in the bullfighting arena like others. He just wants to smell the flowers throughout the city. Previously, Walt Disney Pictures made a documentary of the story, and it was a big hit. Carlos Saldanha directs the film.