The 2019 “Titanics” film will open in 2019 at Disney California Adventure parks, bringing back the theme from the classic film franchise.
The film, which is based on the 1937 novel “Tropic of Capricorn,” opens in Walt Disney World parks on March 20, 2019, and at Disneyland in California and Walt Disney California Adventures parks on April 1, 2019.
“Titanica,” which stars Chris Pratt and Zoe Saldana as explorers and scientists on a ship searching for the lost city of Atlantis, will be the first feature film from Disney to open at both Disneyland and Walt Disneyland parks in 2019.
The film will have its premiere at the Disneyland Resort, with guests getting to experience the film and its stunning visuals in Walt Disneyland Park.
This year, the film is also slated to premiere at Disneyland’s Fantasyland, with a special event celebrating the film’s 40th anniversary on Friday, May 21.
The event will be followed by a screening of the film at the Disney California Gardens in Hollywood, Calif., the same location where the film was filmed.
“Tropico” also marks a return to the theme park for the first time since the 1930s.
Disney and Universal Studios Hollywood opened the park in the 1960s and 1970s, respectively, with the latter opening in 1966.
The park opened as a resort and resort-like attraction in 1983.
During the park’s early days, the park was known as “Disneyland of Tomorrow,” after the theme of the era.
In the decades since, “Tron” and “Cars” have been a fixture of the park, while “Pirates of the Caribbean” and Disney’s other attractions have also made an appearance in the park.
The 2019 film marks a dramatic departure from the earlier “Tricks of the Trade” films, in which guests would ride ships that had to travel between different islands and oceans.
Disney was able to use the theme for several decades, although “Titans” and the “Trophies of Tomorrow” were the last to be produced.