Excuse me, Roger, can you do me a favor? Gfourtx kept messing up the 20th Century Fox page. That is because, 20th Century Fox is NOT a Disney company. Disney would have to sell 20th Century Fox and 21st Century Fox assets to Fox Corporation to fix the future of Hollywood. Can you block Gfourtx, please?
Dorothy, Toto and her friends are haunted by a ghost, which turn out to be The other four animatronics animals from the first indie point-and-click horror video game, Five Nights at Freddy's, RRabbit42's return for his page.
Dorothy, The Scarecrow, The Tin Man and The Cowardly Lion find unexplained frosty chocolate milkshakes and that their TV only shows Johnny Test. After a ghost attacks him in his sleep, Dorothy summons the ghosts, who turn out to be Freddy Fazbear, Bonnie, Chica and Foxy from Five Nights at Freddy's. Dorothy is attracted to the ghost Freddy who prefers him to the former grumpy Lion, so the jealous living Lion kills herself to become a ghost by putting her head in the oven. The ghost Dorothy becomes jealous and bludgeons the living Dorothy unconscious with a toaster while he is in the bathtub, causing him to drown and then reappear as a ghost. Tin Man leaps across to a tree to escape the ghosts, but when Scarecrow chases after him, she misses the tree and falls to the ground, unknowingly killing herself, her ghost then chokes Tin Man with his slingshot as revenge, causing him to also fall to the ground and die instantly, becoming a bitter ghost. Glinda takes the children's corpses to make stew and it is implied that he murdered Toto. After encountering The Wizard, who is in spiritual limbo and can't walk fully through walls, Lion settles her differences with her older counterpart and both animatronic force Dorothy to choose between them. Dorothy chooses his modern-day animatronic over the older ghost after she wins him over with an emotional speech. The next morning at the breakfast table, Lion asks if there could ever be any other incarnations of the two crossover and a range of Oz/FNaF crossover characters based on other animations are then shown. The segment ends with Freddy unsuccessfully trying to photograph a good portrait of the two ghost Oz/FNaF crossover characters together.
That's the title of a "Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz" episode you've been working on at another wiki for about a year. Since that's supposed to be released in about a month, technically it's possible for the general public to know an exact release date right about now, but more often, specific release dates in the future are usually a sign of fan fiction.
Creating fan fiction is good and it's something that's needed. What most people don't realize is that they need to say it's fan fiction. They don't say, "Here's my idea for a movie", so by default it's assumed it's the truth and when we find out it isn't, it's deleted. People that add a lot of fan fiction without saying so can then get treated as vandals.
It may be a movie you made but the plot has characters listed from different franchises, so it's fan fiction, rather than something officially made by Disney. If you want to post this, it will need to go on a fan fiction/fanon wiki.