Disney's D23 is in full swing, an expo for it to show off all the properties it owns and preview what's coming up soon.
With the Disney+ streaming service launching in New Zealand in November, there's quite a lot to be excited about.
- Disney Plus to cost $9.99 per month, launch in NZ on November 19
- X-Men, Fantastic Four to join MCU as Disney buys Fox
- Netflix hikes prices up to 19 percent
Here's a list of some of the best stuff to come out of it.
Lizzie McGuire is officially coming back, with a new show focusing on 30-year-old Lizzie and her life in New York.
Star Hilary Duff is returning to play Lizzie and the little animated version of her that commentates he shows. No word as to whether or not Adam Lamberg (Gordo) or Lalaine Vergara-Paras (Miranda) are coming back.
There's also a new High School Musical spinoff coming, focusing on the school where the original movie is set and it's efforts to put on a theatre show version of the Disney classic.
Unsurprisingly it's called High School Musical: The Musical and the just-released trailer is very funny. Think The Office but with theatre kids.
Pixar movies Monster's Inc and Toy Story 4 will also get companion shows focusing on the wider universe created by the films.
Three new Marvel shows were announced: Ms Marvel, She-Hulk and Moon Knight.
Ms Marvel will focus on Kamala Khan, She-Hulk will follow lawyer Jennifer Walters and Moon Knight will tell the story of mercenary Marc Spector.
Of course, Marvel also brought with it plenty of sneak peeks of upcoming phase four films and even a few rumours.
Ewan McGregor will officially reprise his role as Obi-Wan Kenobi for a series featuring the character, which reportedly has all the scripts written already.
Fans also got a first look at the trailer for new series The Mandalorian, while Alan Tudyk and Diego Luna gave some sparse details on an as-yet-unnamed Rogue One series.
Kermit the frog himself was trotted out to announce a new series Muppets Now, which is planned for 2020.
There was also a few announcements about new Disney live-action movies including Christmas-themed Noelle, Diary of a Female President and a live-action Lady and the Tramp.