‘Wonder Woman’ director David Goyer reveals he will have to change his tone after ‘Captain Underpants’ controversy

Disney has announced the death of its biggest animated film of all time, “Captain Underwear.”

Director David Goya, who helmed the film for five years and received critical acclaim, died Friday at age 82.

Goya is best known for directing the 1998 animated feature “Captain Planet” and “Jurassic Park,” but his credits also include films like “The Princess Bride” and the 2000 comedy “A Hard Day’s Night.”

In a statement, Disney said Goya died of complications from congestive heart failure.

Goya directed his last feature film, “The Wizard of Oz,” in 2013.

Goyas film credits also included “Rabbit Wars,” “Gremlins,” “The Powerpuff Girls,” “Shrek,” “Mulan” and more.

Goyer, a veteran of a long line of animation films, has directed films such as “Alice in Wonderland,” “Cinderella,” “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” “A Christmas Carol” and many more.