Representing the official fan club for The Walt Disney Company, Disney D23 is a group aimed at bringing people into the world of Disney. Every year, they host the D23 expo, a weekend-long series of keynote speeches, panels and live demonstrations.

This weekend, representatives from Disney, Pixar, Marvel and more will take the stage at the Anaheim Convention Center in California to five us a look-see into the next decade of Disney.

Here's what we want to see:

1.  'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' and Anthology films

This year is a big deal. Star Wars is returning to the big screen in December and fans are poised to pounce at any tidbit of information they can find. While director J.J. Abrams has said there will not be a new trailer at this weekend's event, we're sure to hear some rumblings.

Honestly, let's just see some more press images of Luke in his big boy Jedi master robe.

And just because Episode VII may be a no-show, it doesn't mean we won't hear about the Anthology films, the untitled Han Solo project and Rogue One. Hey, maybe we'll get the Obi-Wan trilogy we've all been clamoring for.

2. Pixar's future

With Inside Out refueling our faith in the animation juggernaut once again, we must look to the future and stay positive. The end of this year will bring us the story of The Good Dinosaur, set in a world where dinosaurs never went extinct and have befriended humans.

But off in the distance we've got Finding Dory, Toy Story 4 and, wait for it, The Incredibles 2, the sequel to the best Fantastic Four film. Sure, they're sequels, but when has Pixar ever disappointed?

What's Cars 2? I don't know what you're talking about.

3. Marvel, baby

Where would a Disney expo list be without Marvel Studios? While there are no Marvel movies releasing for the rest of 2015, (thanks to Star Wars) we can still look forwarded to the next millennia of superhero films.

At D23 we're expecting the first footage and maybe a trailer for Captain America: Civil War, some Spider-Man and Doctor Strange costume discussion and possible directors and additional casting for 2018's Black Panther and Captain Marvel.

Whatever it is, Marvel is sure to break the Internet.

Black Panther

Black Panther

4. Video games

Yes, Disney does make video games. Once upon a time they gave us gems like Disney's Extreme Skate Adventure and Disney's Magical Mirror Starring Mickey Mouse, but its recent output consists of Disney Infinity and a truckload of mobile games.

But that's okay, because Infinity is pretty fun and we're excited to see some new character sets for it, but let's take things a step further.

We're expecting some news about Kingdom Hearts III, the beloved role-playing game spanning the Disney multiverse and maybe some more info about the partnership between Marvel Games and Telltale Games (The Walking Dead, The Wolf Among Us).

Episodic series about Howard the Duck? Yes, please.

5. Something totally unexpected

Besides Marvel and Pixar news, this may be the most obvious choice on the list. Disney loves to shake things up.

Will they announce plans to expand its theme parks to include Marvel and Star Wars attractions? Will Johnny Depp be playing another heavily-costumed role? Or hey, maybe we'll get a resurrection announcement for Tron 3.

We won't give up hope. The petition has 40,000 signatures. Flynn Lives!

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