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It’s a Pixar World

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Alexis Hines, Staff Reporter

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Pixar and Disney are bringing back all the movies you grew up loving. People of all ages are waiting anxiously for the sequels to their favorite movies. They announced the releases at a Disney Expo in Anaheim, California on August 14. John Lasseter, the Chief Creative Officer of Pixar, hosted the event.

The renowned geniuses of Pixar are bringing these sequels in, starting in the fall of 2016. The line-up includes “Finding Dory” (June 17, 2016), “Frozen 2” (date TBA), “The Incredibles 2” (2017-2018), “Pirates of the Caribbean” (July 2017), “Toy Story 4” (June 16, 2017), and “Cars 3” (date TBA).

Furthermore, Disney will also be releasing remakes of some of their other famous movies like “The Jungle Book” (April 2016), “Beauty and the Beast” (March 2017), and “Peanuts” (November 6, 2015).

They aren’t leaving out the super heroes either. A new installment of “Captain America” is being released in 2017. “Star Wars” is also making a come back with a new chapter, “The Force Awakens” (December 18, 2015), exciting fans everywhere.

Pixar is also introducing a new princess movie, “Moana,” a story about a Hawaiian girl, set to premiere in the fall of 2016. These are only a few upcoming releases for Pixar in the next two years.

“I’m sorry to make all of you feel old all of a sudden.” John Lasseter joked during the expo after revealing the come-back movies in the works.

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