The Disney D23 Expo is an opportunity for the mass media and entertainment conglomerate to exhibit its upcoming films for its loyal fans. This year’s presentation seems to be a very exciting one as Disney unveiled teasers of its highly anticipated movies such as “Toy Story 4” and “The Incredibles 2,” just to name a few.

Unfortunately, most people weren’t able to attend the Disney D23 Expo 2017. If you are one of the unlucky ones who weren’t there, we’ve got you covered.

Here are the important announcements made at the D23 Expo 2017 that you may have missed:

“The Avengers: Infinity War”

Let’s start off with the presentation that rocked the whole place the most with excitement – “The Avengers: Infinity War” teaser trailer.

The whole cast of “Infinity War” was present during the presentation of the trailer which included Robert Downey Jr., Tom Holland, Benedict Cumberbatch, Josh Brolin and many others.

The trailer begins by reminiscing nearly everything that has happened in the Marvel Cinematic Universe over the past decade. Fast forward to the present time, Star-Lord and the rest of the Guardians came across Thor in space. They all went to planet Earth where a battle is taking place.

Before the trailer ends, Thanos is seen wearing the Infinity Gauntlet as he grabs a planet-like object and throws it towards the Avengers he is battling with. Sadly, the teaser trailer for “Infinity War” hasn’t been made available on the internet as of this writing.

However, people may get a chance to see it again at the upcoming San Diego Comic-con this Saturday, July 22.

“Toy Story 4”

When the fourth instalment of the “Toy Story” franchise was announced, everybody was expecting John Lasseter, chief creative officer at Pixar, to return as the principal director of the beloved animated movie series.

However, during the film’s presentation at D23 Expo 2017, Lasseter announced that John Cooley would direct the movie instead.

“Toy Story 4” is slated for a June 21, 2019, release.

Live-action films of animated classics

Disney announced live-action adaptations of its classic animated movies such as “Dumbo,” “Aladdin” and “The Lion King.”

Tim Burton will helm the director’s chair on the live-action “Dumbo” and is already in production.

Meanwhile, the “Aladdin” remake will be directed by Guy Ritchie and will include a diverse cast of actors including Mena Massoud as Aladdin, Will Smith as the Genie and Naomi Scott as Jasmine.

Lastly, Jon Favreau is tasked to direct “The Lion King” and will be adapting his work from the movie “The Jungle Book.”