In November last year, we unofficially learned that Disney was working on expanding the “Zombies” franchise with a fourth movie.
Disney has today officially confirmed at the 2024 Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour in Pasadena, California, that it has greenlit a brand-new fourth installment in the “Zombies” franchise.
Meg Donnelly and Milo Manheim set to reprise their roles as Addison and Zed, with both stars also set to executive produce. Production will begin in March in New Zealand.
The official description of the fourth film states:
“The franchise’s fourth installment follows Zed and Addison as they embark on a road trip the summer after their first year of college. As adventures unfold, they unexpectedly discover the warring worlds of Sunnyside and Shadyside and come into contact with two new groups of monsters.”
In addition to Meg Donnelly and Milo Manheim, Chandler Kinney and Kylee Russell will also return to the “Zombies” franchise, reprising their roles as the werewolf Willa and the zombie Eliza, respectively. Joining the cast are Freya Skye and Malachi Barton, who have been cast as Nova and Victor. These new characters are described as mysterious supernatural strangers whom Zed and Addison encounter during their summer travels.
“ZOMBIES,” a musical movie created for Disney Channel and Disney+, has garnered significant popularity among audiences. This success prompted Disney to produce a sequel, followed by the release of a third movie in 2021. Additionally, Disney expanded the franchise with the release of “ZOMBIES: The Re-Animated Series” this past summer.
Disney hasn’t announced an official release date for “Zombies 4” as of now. However, based on typical release schedules, we might expect to see the movie released in late 2024 or the first half of 2025.
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