Pixar announces new film while Toy Story 4 lands new director

Despite previous reports that he'd be co-directing the film (after taking the third installment off) Pixar leader John Lasseter won't be in the director's chair for Toy Story 4. What follows is a sharp send-up of decades of Disney princess history as Elsa (in a shirt that says "Just Let It Go"), Aurora ("Nap Queen"), Moana ("Shiny"), and an incomprehensibly Scottish Merida ("Mum") mercilessly skewer princess stereotypes. "With this new film, we're excited to jump back into that world". "That's the one that took a little more time".

If there was a surprise hit of D23's animation panel it was footage from the Wreck-It Ralph sequel. Here are some things it will not be called: "Thawed", "Frozen Solid", "Frozen: Seize the Day", or "Frozen Assets". But even if nobody is on stage, there's still plenty to look at with costumes and props from upcoming films including Thor Ragnarok, Black Panther, and Avengers: Infinity War. That's where Ralph and Vanellope von Schweetz travel in the 2018 installment, with the help of Henson's new character, Yesss (and, yes, that's how it's spelled).

Remember Jack-Jack? The baby from "The Incredibles" has serious powers, and at least some of them are displayed in a new clip that showed him facing off with a raccoon.

"'Incredibles 2' is really a family film, it's just that the family happens to have super powers". Incredible (Craig T. Nelson) and Elastigirl (Holly Hunter) and their children Violet (Sarah Vowell), Dashiell (Spencer Fox) and baby Jack Jack. The film was originally scheduled for theatrical release on June 21, 2019, but was swapped with Toy Story 4, which was reportedly lagging in production.

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"Coco" The director and producers came out to explain the film's premise, which involves an aspiring musician, Miguel (Anthony Gonzalez), who looks up to a famous singer, Ernesto de la Cruz (Benjamin Bratt).

"You. have. powers!" Bob exclaims in delight in the clip. "Coco" and "Olaf's Frozen Adventure" will premiere November 22, 2017.

We've had lots of Pixar news today from the Pixar Panel at D23, in Anaheim, CA. The untitled sound-barrier breaking film is slated for April 12 2019. It doesn't have an official title, but he referred to the project as Suburban Fantasy World, and promises it will feature settings never seen before in a Pixar movie. Comment below and let us know what you think.

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