It's safe to say that we're thrilled with everything we're going to experience this year: countless new TV shows, movie releases, and toys, and we don't even know where to start! On this list we will discuss some of the most important children's shows and cartoon characters for 2020:
Last February 2019, the trailer for the second part of one of the most successful Disney franchises was released. We're talking about Frozen 2. Already in 2013, the film attracted children and adults alike, thanks to its colorful animation, its endearing characters, its amazing story and the famous song "Let it go", which is part of its original soundtrack by singer Idina Menzel. In just 24 hours, the trailer reached over 116 million views on the official Disney platforms from Facebook, Youtube, Twitter and Instagram.
This year we will relive the adventures of Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, Sven and Olaf when a new threat threatens Arendelle's peace as we learn a bit more about Queen Elsa's origins. The premiere will be at the end of November, with different dates depending on the country.
L.O.L's surprise is undoubtedly the number one doll set we will all talk about in 2020. According to the NDP group, they were the best-selling doll set in the world. One of the best things about L.O.L Surprise is that you don't know which doll to get until you open the egg that contains it. That is the surprise!
The PJ Masks series is an international success on TV and digital platforms, is broadcast in more than 150 areas and has become a worldwide favorite. When night falls, they put on their pajamas and activate the animal amulets that magically turn them into superheroes - Catboy, Owlette and Gekko, who together become the PJ Masks superhero team.
Friendship and teamwork, action and adventure, superheroes, imagination, humor are the most important values aimed at preschool children, boys and girls between the ages of 2 and 5.
In 2018, the world was thrilled with the new Spiderman film directed by Miles Morales, the new heir to the Spidey suit. Peter Parker is his mentor and with him we now meet many new and exciting spideys: Spider-Gwen, Spider-Noir, Peni Parker and Peter Porker as Spider-Ham.
In 2019, the Spiderman fever was with the upcoming film Avengers: Endgame, which ...
The last episode of the Avengers series, Avengers: Infinity War, left us feeling hopeless after the great rival Thanos stole half of the universe. In 2019, Marvel Studios brought us the sequel to the saga with Avengers: Endgame. The film trailer shows Tony Stark as Ironman, Captain America, Black Widow, Thor, Rocket Racoon, Hawkeye and Antman as those who will throw the universe back from the ashes and destroy Thano's plans.
Chase, Marshall, Rocky, Rubble, Zuma, Everest, Skye, Tracker, Captain Turbot and Ryder were back in 2019 as furry heroes from Adventure Bay. This Canadian children's show has been widely recognized for the quality of its animation and imaginative problem-solving skills for its cute four-legged characters.
The classics are more present today than ever before. In 2019, we saw new Disney productions for everyone, like Aladdin, a film that was shown in theaters on May 24 and features a live action Will Smith as a genius. Dumbo, a classic of all time, was also released on March 29.
2018 was the 90th anniversary of Mickey and Minnie, Disney's most famous and well-known couple, some of our favorite characters who will never go out of style.
After the great success of the Harry Potter saga, we are now fully involved in the world of Newt Scamander and its two episodes: Fantastic Beasts and where to find them and The Crimes of Grindelwald. The Harry Potter universe is amazing and keeps growing. 2020 will be no exception and we'll talk more about the adventures of J.K. Hear Rowling.
As you can see, 2020 will be an exciting year for everyone regardless of your age. The possibilities are endless! Remember that the Cerdá group offers everything you need from your favorite characters.
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