Frozen and The Lion King
“Frozen 2” releases on Nov. 27, 2019 and “The Lion King” releases on July 19, 2019. Disney

It’s official: Simba, Mufasa, Anna and Elsa are all coming to theaters soon. Disney announced the official release dates of several upcoming animation movies including “Frozen 2” and the live-action “The Lion King” movie that will be directed by Jon Favreau.

The “Frozen” sequel will hit theatres on Nov. 27, 2019 and “The Lion King” will roar into theatres on July 19, 2019. Also, “Gigantic,” which retells the story of “Jack and the Beanstalk” has been pushed back from Nov. 21, 2018 to Nov. 25, 2020. That’s a long wait!

Additionally, “Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2” will now release on Nov. 21, 2018 instead of March 9. Fortunately, “A Wrinkle in Time” has will release earlier than expected – on March 9, 2018. Moreover, “Magic Camp” hits theatres on April 6, 2018. Two untitled animated movies will also release on Nov. 24, 2021 and June 18, 2021. The latter untitled project will be from Pixar.

READ: Kristen Bell dishes scoop on “Frozen 2.”

Seth Rogen and Bill Eichner are in talks with Disney to voice warthog Pumbaa and meerkat Timon in “The Lion King,” reports The Wrap. The two roles are extremely important since they created a very memorable song that popularized the Swahili phrase “hakuna matata” which translates to “no worries.”

Furthermore, pop icon Beyoncé remains Jon Favreau’s top choice to voice Nala, according to Variety. However, the Grammy winner has yet to make a decision since she is pregnant with twins. However, Disney and Favreau are prepared to accommodate her schedule since it’s a voice-acting role.

Danny Glover will voice Simba and James Earl Jones will voice Mufasa.

Production is scheduled to begin in May this year.

In “Frozen 2,” Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee, who helmed the first movie, will direct it. Josh Gad will continue to voice Olaf. Although it hasn’t yet been officially confirmed, but Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel are expected to continue to voice Ana and Elsa.