It’s a bittersweet time to be a Disney fan.

The company has announced that it is cutting ties with the beloved animated series.

The news was first reported by The Hollywood Reporter and confirmed by Disney CEO Bob Iger.

Disney is canceling production on the live-action film and all of the live action movies will be re-imagined and re-shot with more actors.

But Disney is still making some changes.

You can check out the full list of changes below.

Disney will still have live action films based on its films and characters.

For example, it will be airing two live-in-a-room live-Action short films, “Sausage Party” and “Frozen.”

Those shorts will still be available on Disney Channel.

Disney will also be bringing back characters from the original films and animated shows.

For instance, Disney will be bringing Back to Life and The Haunted Mansion characters back.

The live-actors will also get new voices, including new voices for Walt Disney’s characters and new voices from the cast.

Disney also announced it will release new animated films based off of the films and new films based in the live universe.

Those films will be released in 2018.

Disney is also bringing back some of the classic Disney characters, like Minnie Mouse and Goofy.

But some of them will be relaunched, such as Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and Mickey Mouse.

It also announced a new live-event series that will feature new live shows, live concerts and performances and new live content from Disney and Pixar Animation Studios.