At any given time, Disney has dozens of films in preproduction. Below is a list of some of the most notable ones. Since the success of Pirates of the Caribbean -- and the sort-of, kind-of success of Haunted Mansion -- Disney has been exploiting the feature-film potential of other Disneyland attractions, as can be seen from some of these entries.
The story of a very patriotic hotdog whose goal in life is to be devoured at the World Series.
A Day with Wilbur Robinson
A retelling of Robinson Crusoe in which Friday has been replaced by a talking horse.
The first in a quartet of fairy tale parodies, to be followed by The Tortoise and the Hairdresser, The Princess and the Peabody Award, and Hansel and Gretel Go Bananas.
A Mouse in Every House
Disney has licensed the use of every existing cartoon mouse (Mighty Mouse, Jerry, etc.) for a faux "reality show" about Mickey Mouse. Unfortunately, the project's status is indeterminate due to the uproar and accusations of stereotyping after it was leaked that Speedy Gonzalez would play Mickey's gardener.
Breaking the company's long tradition of heavily modifying a story before animating it, Titus A. will present Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus complete and uncut.
The Jungle Cruise
An outcast jungle guide (sort of a combination of Keith Richards and Pepe Le Pew) is in pursuit of wild animals that have been cursed to forever remain in a state between life and death.
Tim Burton's "it's a small world"
No details are available on this highly anticipated film.
It's like The Fast and the Furious with an all-under-ten cast.
"Ernest's back, but this time he's black!" Starring Eddie Murphy.