Why ‘Wreck-It Ralph’ Won’t Be Coming to ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2’

This year, the biggest and most anticipated blockbuster of 2017 has yet to arrive.

With the release of ‘Teenaged Mutant Ninja Turtle 2,’ many are wondering if this summer’s new installment will be the last we see of the iconic franchise.

Now, director James Gunn and producer Joe Cornish have both revealed that ‘Walt Disney World’s’ ‘Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory’ will be coming to the big screen in 2020.

The news comes via an Instagram post from Cornish that shows a new set of “Willy Wins” toys and a new poster.

The toy line includes toys of the “Wally Wonka” and the “Candy Factory” characters.

“I’m super excited to announce that the ‘WILLY WONKA AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY’ movie will be hitting theaters in 2020,” Cornish wrote.

“I’m so excited to share this exciting news with you, and to the many of you who have already watched the movie.

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WILLIAM WILLIAMS” is a trademarked name for a trademark that was granted to Walt Disney World in 2017.

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The movie’s release date is set for June 26, 2020, but the poster shows a different date than the official release date.

This comes a week after ‘WillaWaka’ made its North American debut.

The first ‘Willy Wonka’ film, ‘Woona’, debuted in 1985 and was followed by the sequel, ‘The Woona Returns,’ in 1990.

In 2017, the studio made ‘Walo’ a worldwide franchise, following the film’s success on the big screens.

In 2019, Disney’s ‘The Jungle Book’ was released, while the sequel to the upcoming ‘Frozen’ opened to great success.’

WillyWaka 2′ is a sequel to a movie that began life as a short film in 1986, ‘Dogs’ that followed the adventures of “Bongo” the dog and “Little Boo,” and ‘Winnie the Pooh,’ which followed the journey of the original “Winnie” and his dog “Budgie.”

‘Wally Wants to Play ‘Dinosaurs,’ a follow-up to ‘Wacky Races,’ also released in 1986.