Disney’s Dancing Dolls will have a sequel in the works.
Disney has officially announced that it is bringing back its animated musical about a group of young girls in a fantasy world called the Wonderland.
The new project is a live-action feature based on the book of the same name by Judy Blume, who wrote the screenplay.
Disney’s The Jungle Book will star Dwayne Johnson, and will be directed by the legendary John Musker, who has directed more than 100 Disney animated features.
Disney previously released a live action version of the book in the 1990s, which was part of the company’s “Disney’s Princess Dreamgirls” initiative.
Blume’s book was also inspired by the life of Judy Blum, who was born Judy Dyer and was raised by her family in the UK.
The Jungle book is about an imaginary world where Princesses are born and grow up to become princesses.
The series has also been adapted into three movies and a feature film.
The company announced earlier this year that the live action series was coming to a close, and the live-actions series will be the last.
Disney will release the new series as part of a new, expanded feature slate, which includes a new live-animated musical based on Judy Blumenstine’s book, the live music festival, and live theater.
Disney is also expected to unveil a new theatrical release of the live show in 2017.