Disney are planning a sequel to 2004's 'The Incredibles' with director Brad Bird already working on the project, in addition to a third installment of 'Cars'.
Disney are planning a sequel to 'The Incredibles' and a third installment of 'Cars'.
Director Brad Bird, who wrote and directed the 2004 original, is developing the follow-up to the animation, which shows a family of superheroes who are forced to hide their powers when they move into a suburban town.
Meanwhile, the studio is also working on a sequel to 2011's 'Cars 2', which proved a box office success despite receiving mixed reviews from critics.
Talking during Disney's annual meeting of shareholders at Portland, Oregon, Walt Disney CEO Bob Iger, said: ''We have plans for a new 'Cars' movie and on top of that Brad Bird is already working on a great story for a new 'Incredibles' film.''
And Disney-Pixar confirmed the news on their official Twitter account, they wrote: ''It's official: we're currently working on new films featuring your favorite characters from The Incredibles and Cars! (sic)''
They attached an image of The Incredibles family posing behind a backdrop of trees.
Meanwhile, Bird is currently working on 'Tomorrowland,' which stars George Clooney and Hugh Laurie, and is due out in May 2015.
As the days get progressively colder and shorter November ushers in celebrations of light, gunpowder and treason as well as bringing with it some...
Having recently released their latest single, 'Future Angel', Robin And The Goblins creative force Robin Romo is now looking forward to playing their...
If all things were equal then Ed Sheeran may have made the cut for our final five favourite new album releases of October, but they're not, and he...
We didn't expect these rockers to be so into the Swedish pop group.
Is there anyone worth mentioning that Dave hasn't worked with?
These deliciously witchy tunes are perfect for Halloween.
From Psycho Killer to the Monster Mash, these Halloween songs are classics.
After 'Life Won't Wait', and in between 'Rancid 5' and 'Indestructible', Tim Armstrong somehow found time to form his new band - Transplants, and...