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    Toy Story 4

    John Lasseter will return to direct “Toy Story 4.” Disney will release the Pixar film in June 2017.

    Walt Disney Co. chief Bob Iger made the announcement to Wall Street analysts as he discussed the company’s fourth quarter and fiscal year results.
    http://variety.com/2014/film/news/jo...17-1201349848/

    On the one hand the trilogy was wrapped up really well, on the other hand I have faith that they'll put out something that is more than just a simple cash grab.

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    I'm usually pretty jaded when it comes to sequels but I can't get enough of these guys. Can't wait!

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    Pixar and their sequels... Second only to the Saw franchise.

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    Disney, rather. They milk the crap out of all their properties.

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    Rii wrote:
    Pixar and their sequels... Second only to the Saw franchise.
    Huh? I can't think of many.

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    Yeah Pixar have been pretty light on seqiels until recently. DreamWorks are the real offenders.

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    Cars. (3 movies)
    Toy Story. (4 movies)
    Monsters. (2 movies)
    The Incredibles. (2 movies)
    Finding Nemo (2 movies)

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    Rii wrote:
    Cars. (3 movies)
    Toy Story. (4 movies)
    Monsters. (2 movies)
    The Incredibles. (2 movies)
    Finding Nemo (2 movies)
    Cool, but only one of those sequels have been released.

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    Black Plague*** wrote:
    Cool, but only one of those sequels have been released.
    You mean 5? (cars 2 + spin-off planes, monsters U, and 2x Toy Story sequels) have been released?

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    Feliz wrote:
    You mean 5? (cars 2 + spin-off planes, monsters U, and 2x Toy Story sequels) have been released?
    What I mean is:

    Cars. (3 movies) 3rd movie in production, not released
    Toy Story. (4 movies) there are 3 movies, not 4 yeat
    Monsters. (2 movies) Both of these released
    The Incredibles. (2 movies) Again, only one of these released
    Finding Nemo (2 movies) Only one of these released

    Therefore, out of that list anyway, Monsters Inc is the only one with all of their sequels released, which is what I ment.

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    So much for the TV short being the last thing in the Toy Story franchise I guess

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    its_inevitable wrote:
    Disney, rather. They milk the crap out of all their properties.
    This implies a drop in quality when Toy Story 3 was brilliant.

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    Planes has a sequel now as well.

    Planes (2 Movies)

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    Rii wrote:
    Cars. (3 movies)
    Toy Story. (4 movies)
    Monsters. (2 movies)
    The Incredibles. (2 movies)
    Finding Nemo (2 movies)
    Planes isn't a sequel to Cars, is it? And Monsters U is a prequel.

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    It's a spin off - it's own franchise.

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    Seems like these days we do things because we can, and not necessarily because we should.

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    Lasseter said they had no plans to do one because it was wrapped up so perfectly, then they came up with the idea for this one that they decided was too good for them to not do.

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    Monsters U should be bad enough to make sure theres no 3rd installment anyway.

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    DOGZILLA wrote:
    Lasseter said they had no plans to do one because it was wrapped up so perfectly, then they came up with the idea for this one that they decided was too good for them to not do.
    Was the idea lots of money?

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    bradc wrote:
    Was the idea lots of money?
    Like the first three.

    If it was only about money though, somehow I doubt they'd take 7 years to go between Toy Story 3 and 4.
    Last edited by DOGZILLA; 10th November 2014 at 7:33 pm.

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