Looks like another Pixar sequel is headed our way and it’s still not about “The Incredibles.”
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Pixar has just announced that they will begin work on “Finding Dory,” the sequel to their popular 2003 fish father-and-son film, “Finding Nemo.” Pixar states that “Finding Dory,” will take place “in part along the California coastline” and will reintroduce our old favorite characters as well as bring in “a host of new characters, including a few who will prove to be a very important part of Dory’s life.”
This film is, of course, part of the recent string of sequels Pixar now has under their belt, not counting the upcoming “Monsters University,” which is a prequel/sequel. However, don’t despair if you are ready for Pixar to get back to doing the cool original stuff; according to The Hollywood Reporter, some of what we can expect from Pixar down the line includes the Bob Peterson-directed “The Good Dinosaur,” which should be out May 30, 2014, as well as an untitled Pete Doctor-directed film and a film about Dia de los Muertos, directed by “Finding Nemo” co-director Lee Unkrich.
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