Pixar Teases Future Slate With Posters For The Incredibles 2, Cars 3 And More


Pixar Teases Future Slate With Posters For The Incredibles 2, Cars 3 And More

Disney’s D23 event is beginning to kick off and already we’ve been treated to some teasers of the studio’s future slate. Specifically, those teases are coming by way of Pixar, who took to Twitter to unveil a series of posters for upcoming sequels including Finding Dory, Toy Story 4 and perhaps the most exciting of the bunch, Brad Bird’s The Incredibles 2.

Without further ado, here are your one-sheets for the animated follow-ups.

We readily expected Pixar to be out in force at this year’s expo in Anaheim, California and already the animation giant is garnering excitement from its legions of fans. Considering that the company currently has two untitled projects in the works –  slated for November 22, 2017 and June 15, 2018 – along with the Dwayne Johnson-led Moana and The Good Dinosaur, there is plenty cramming up Pixar’s slate to get excited about.

Mind you, it is the latter prehistoric animation that will stomp into theaters first, and Peter Sohn’s reimagined flick has already captured our imagination with its awe-inspiring visuals and set-up. That asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs? Yeah, didn’t happen – it simply sailed on by.


In keeping with the Pixar track record, The Good Dinosaur will feature a short film attached to it come November. Entitled Sanjay’s Super Team, the animation has been dreamed up by Sanjay Patel, and imagines a young, conflicted Indian boy who calls up Hindu gods to act as superheroes. Marrying religion with the superhero culture that has engulfed the planet, Pixar’s latest short screams potential, and frankly we could do with a dose of lighthearted action after having our heartstrings tugged during Lava – the short that accompanied last month’s Inside Out.

Disney’s D23 expo will run all throughout the weekend in Anaheim, California, and we’ll have the news relating to The Incredibles 2, Finding Dory and much more as it breaks.

Source: Twitter

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