Isn't it strange that Mickey Mouse has never really had his own animated feature? We don't call it the Mouse House for nothing. Mickey's the king of the Disney cartoon characters, yet he's still only been the star of shorts. Goofy and Uncle Scrooge have had their own long-form theatrical endeavors, so why not the little guy we most associate with the studio? Well, there's a chance of him finally being honored with a feature-length movie, if Disney bites.
Longtime Disney animator Burny Mattinson, who received an Oscar nomination for directing 1984's 'Mickey's Christmas Carol' (which I always thought of as a full movie when I was a kid -- but it's only 24 minutes), told Bleeding Cool that he wants his follow-up to working on the upcoming 'Winnie the Pooh' to be a feature film starring Mickey, Donald Duck and Goofy. So it's the whole gang, not just Mickey, but it's better than we've had before.